So, obviously, fellow One-Drawing-a-Dayer Greg and I went on the same trip.
He posted a drawing from Santorini yesterday, and I’ll be island hopping to Crete today. Here is a drawing I made of the church in my mother’s home town of Kalives. These type of churches are such a lovely mix of cultures. Crete has been heavily influenced by the Venetians and the Turks. It’s really a beautiful place.
What I love most about this drawing as a memory, is the almost-to-good-to-be-true placement of grape vines and olive trees right there next to the church. A perfect trifecta of images!
Agia Paraskevi, Kalives, Crete GREECE