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Friday, June 3, 2011

One of the problems of traveling on a cruise ship is that you are not always at port for the best time to take a photo.  This is the most typical scene of the island of Rhodes.  When I arrived here it was swarming with tourist, which is why I cropped it from the bottom.  In addition, the sun had just disappeared behind a cloud and I had to wait about a half hour for it to come back out.  I would have preferred to shoot this scene around sunrise or late in the day but my ship would not be in port at those times.  Ah well,  that is the trade-off of using a cruise ship.

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