Obsessed with the flower setting

On my Canon EOS, there’s this little flower. If you turn it on, everything you shoot becomes artsy looking. Here, for example, are some things I shot in Greece. Look, it’s almost like I gave a fuck.

News on the walls of Delphi.

Conglomerate stone with shells in it. Greece, apparently, used to be covered with water. Hence the shells in the most random places. Like tops of mountains, or in your shoes. Here's an example from Olympia.

A window in the temple of Asclepios. He was the god of health and nurturing. His temple was what we would now refer to as a "Day time spa/night time brothel"


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