As a continuation to yesterday's post, here are more images I've developed in Photoshop from a selection of the slides we took in the Greek Islands.
This is the original photo that I used for the first image. Taken on the island of Astipalaia in August of 1987. I remember that because I celebrated my 40th birthday while we were there. Wasn't much of a town we walked to, but we did find an open eatery. They didn't even have a menu. I'm not the most adventurous eater, so I had eggplant. Ed ate the goat.
This was in Chania, on the island of Crete. Chania is a really beautiful harbor. We were anchored here for several days.
The original slide.
A beautiful yacht taken at the island of Kos.
You can see a minaret in the background of this original.
I loved the white architecture in Mikonos, and all the neat stairs and alleyways.
This was taken at the island of Milos.
We were motoring past Sifnos when I took this shot. We weren't sailing because it was perfectly calm, no wind, so we were putt-puttsing along.
The original. If you wonder how I'm so good at remembering all the names of the islands, the trick is that the slides are labeled. Good thing, because I wouldn't have a clue otherwise! See the black spots in the sky and water on this original? As I mentioned yesterday, I need to clean the glass scanner plate before I scan anymore slides....