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ProjectSphere: Ο Κρητικός που φωτογραφίζει το νησί... ανάποδα

Καλεσμένος στο «Καλό Μεσημέρι», ο Μιχάλης Παναγιωτάκης έφερε και τις κρυστάλλινες σφαίρες του

Έχετε ξαναδεί τους όμορφους τόπους της Κρήτης… ανάποδα;

Χωρίς να κάνετε κάτι δύσκολο, απλά τοποθετώντας έναν κρύσταλλο μπροστά από το κινητό ή τη φωτογραφική σας μηχανή, κάνοντας κλικ και… να σου η φωτογραφία, από τις πιο εντυπωσιακές που έχετε βγάλει ποτέ!

Ο Μιχάλης Παναγιωτάκης, ένας καθηγητής Αγγλικών, εντυπωσιάζει με τις φωτογραφίες του τις οποίες ανεβάζει στο Instagram και στο λογαριασμό project.sphere.

Καλεσμένος στην εκπομπή «Καλό Μεσημέρι», ο κ. Παναγιωτάκης μίλησε στην Ιωάννα Μαλέσκου για το πάθος του να φωτογραφίζει άγνωστες γωνιές της Κρήτης μέσα από τις σφαίρες του οι οποίες δείχνουν τον κόσμο… ανάποδα.

«Είναι το χόμπι μου η φωτογραφία, μου αρέσει πάρα πολύ, όπως μου αρέσει και η Ιστορία. Μέσα από τις φωτογραφίες που ανεβάζω, προσπαθώ να παρέχω και ιστορικές πληροφορίες. Το αποτέλεσμα φαίνεται πως αρέσει» αναφέρει μεταξύ άλλων ο Μιχάλης Παναγιωτάκης.

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"I think the success of a TV show depends on how true it is to the personality of the person hosting it" Ioanna Maleskou invited me to her show to talk about what I do. Talk about my project and my vision. It was a great opportunity for me to promote my home island. Its beauty and culture; the beauty of our people. Ioanna helped me make my project a bit more popular to Greek people and people living abroad and would like to learn more about Greece and Crete. I would like to thank Ioanna for being such a great host. A really beautiful personality with a very perceptive mind. A girl that always smiles I would say. Stay tuned because Projectsphere will continue posting eye-catching lensball photos #projectspherephoto #projectspherephotography #lensballphotography #lensball #lensballfamily #photography #tvshow #tvpresenter #chatshow #cretetv #kalomesimeri #talkshow #history #creteisland #crete #greece @imaleskou #thankful #thankyou

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The Bridge In every conceivable manner, the family is link to our past, bridge to our future. We are all bridges. This bridge is located in Heraklion. It's a passage to the beach. I wanted to take a photo of it and I was wondering how many shots it would need to get the perfect capture for me. I just took one. The people in the picture lend a beautiful touch to it. The little girl is my niece and she is looking at a duck flying; the couple taking their dog for a walk. Everyday life. Moments that give meaning to people's lives. #projectspherephoto #lensballphotography #lensball #photography #sonya6000 #photo #photooftheday #greece #crete #kids #dog #dogsofinstagram #family #ig #igers #sky #everyday #moments #freetime #bridge #love #skyscape #couple #life #carefree

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The 4 seasons The climate of Crete is temperate and is regarded as one of Europe's finest, liveliest and healthiest. A factor that plays a key role in shaping the climate is the sea that surrounds the island and limits the intensity of the sun in the summer. Sunshine covers 80% of the days of the year. The climate is indicative of the fact that in southern Crete and Gavdos swallows remain all year long, without migrating to Africa. In the spring the temperatures range from 16 to 20 degrees Celsius; it rains every now and then but the sea temperature rises gradually. Crete receives a southern wave of hot air from North Africa, mainly from the Libyan desert. During the summer, the average temperatures range from 25 to 30 degrees Celsius, with peak temperatures reaching 30 to 40 degrees Celsius. Even in the months of July and August, with the highest temperatures, northwest winds, meltemia, mitigate the warm atmosphere. Autumn is the milder and for many their favorite season in Crete, because temperatures are often higher than in the spring. In October it rarely rains, the weather is warm and swimming is pleasant The winter is quite mild and tolerable with much rainfall especially in the western parts of the island. Snowfall is very common in the mountains between November and May, but almost non-existent in the lowlands. #projectsphere #lensball #lensballphotography #photography #photo #igers #instagram #ig #weather #sky #crete #greece #photoshoot #travels #traveler #tourist #tourism #sea #colors #winter #clouds #rocks #nature #seasons #exquisite_greece #travel_greece #living_europe #the_daily_traveler

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It was a clear cold morning with a high wind. The waves were crushing onto the rocks but the fortress of Heraklion stood there strong. Forts are magical, aren't they? We have all built a fort when we were kids; probably made of pillows and blankets but our fortress was built in 1523 by the Venetians who were excellent builders and you can visit it and admire the Castle on the rocks. #projectspherephotography #lensball #lensballphotography #landscape_lovers ##skycaptures #ig_exquisite #photography #photo #photographer #photooftheday #castle #crete #greece #hellas #heraklion #venetians #history #travelphotography #igers #instagram #tourism #touristguide #tourist #nature #sky #seasidetown #sea #sealandscape @moodygrams @beautifuldestinations @greece_moments @wu_greece @greece_united @cretanlandscape @igers_crete @differentcountrydaily @cretanplaces @igersmood @igers @instagram @meanwhileincrete

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Big Churches I The Church of St. Titus (swipe left) St Titus' church is an eclectic monument bearing various elements of the styles of the monuments in Constantinople. It consists of four columns, a dome and a narthex. The base of the minaret is attached to the SW corner of the narthex. The interior of the church resembles a structure surrounding a central point, whereas in the exterior some of the morphological elements of the church reflect styles of the Ottoman art which had also been influenced by the Byzantine church-architecture. The sides of the building are masterly constructed in clear lines that project the vertical characteristics and divide the body of the building into planes; the exterior walls of the church are made of sculpted porous stone. On May 15, 1966 St Titus's skull was brought back to this church from St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice; however, the icon of the Virgin "the Messopantitissa" still remains in the church of S.M. Della Salute in Venice. From 1974 to 1988 extensive work was done to St. Titus's church toward its consolidation and restoration. It was built in 1896 as a Mosque #lensball #lensballphotography #projectsphere #history #church #mosque #photography #streetphotography #architecture #architect #urban #greece #crete #cretanplaces #athensvoice

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-Sunday afternoon in the Old town- Rethymno boasts a little quaint old town. Old towns are mystical and magical in their own right. The past is present. The old town of Rethymnon is a preserved Renaissance city that bears elements from both the Venetian and the Ottoman Era. In the old town we meet the street markets of Arkadi and Antistaseos Streets. Above the old town we meet the imposing fortress of Fortezza that once protected Rethymnon. The picturesque narrow cobbled alleys house many restaurants and taverns with traditional music. There's always something to do in the old town. #projectspherephoto #projectspherephotography #lensballphotography #lensball #photography #streetphotography #urbanphoto #cityscape #girl #alley #cobblestones #oldtown #crete #rethymno #landmark #touristguide #tourguide #tourism #mypicsofcrete @rethymnon @eros_greece @ok_streets

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Our Fort The Fortezza is the citadel of the city of Rethymno in Crete, Greece. It was built by the Venetians in the 16th century, and was captured by the Ottomans in 1646. By the early 20th century, many houses were built within the citadel. These were demolished after WWII, leaving only a few historic buildings within the Fortezza. Today, the citadel is in good condition and is open to the public. Through the Sphere you can clearly see the Mosque of Sultan Ibrahim, which was originally the Cathedral of St. Nicolas #projectspherephotography #projectspherephoto #lensball_gram #lensballshots #lensballphoto #lenballphotography #lensballshotz #photography #history #citadel #fortification #fort #castle #mosque #church #pasha #stnicholas #town #Rethymno #Crete #venetians #venice #island #wu_greece #ig_crystalball #ig_cryztalball #amazing_crete #kings_greece #great_captures_greece #neakritiphoto @rethymnon

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