submitted by Kristina Williamson on 14.03.2006
This image is part of a photographic documentary series entitled “One Year on Kythera”. “One Year on Kythera” was created by photographer Kristina Williamson, who spent one calender year living on Kythera, documenting the lives of Kytherians today; what aspects of traditional life remain in practice and in what ways the island is changing.
To view more of her work or to purchase photographic prints please visit her website at:www.kristinawilliamson.com
submitted by James Gavriles on 12.07.2004
My Uncles Theodore and Peter standing in back row of some sort of social gathering or function. 1954
submitted by James Gavriles on 22.10.2003
A group photo of what must be the daily customers at a cafenion in Logothetianica 1954
submitted by James Prineas on 23.06.2003
Panayiotis Katsoulis from Logothetianika and Pitsikas Protopsaltis from Avlemonas were playing at a wedding in Hora one windy September day in about 1998.
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