Picture this: an island, a winery and a street
CONGRATULATIONS to Juliet Leslie of Claremont for her picture of a church on Santorini in Greece.
She says visiting Greek islands was magical.
“This Greek church was on the island of Santorini.
“I loved the crisp white walls, blue domes and rustic stone walls offset by the stormy background.
“We walked almost the full length of the peninsula, enjoying vistas down the steep cliffs to the Mediterranean sea below.”
Leslie wins a R300 meal voucher at Blowfish Restaurant in Dolphin Beach, Blouberg.
The runners-up are Sue Grove of her picture of a street in Lisbon and Charles Fillies of Rondebosch for his picture of a statue on Saronsberg wine farm in Tulbagh.
Grove enjoyed the vibrancy of Lisbon.
“It’s a very vibrant city, although a lot of buildings need some attention and look quite rundown.”
Fillies celebrated Christmas in July in Tulbagh, at the foot of the Winterhoek Mountains. “It was alive with activities. There was plenty to drink and eat: glühwein tasting and milk bread; a chilli eating competition; good live festive music; wine tasting and a ride through an olive grove on a Santa tractor-driven sleigh.”
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GOD’S HAND: Juliet Leslie was enamoured of the whitewashed buildings on the Greek island of Santorini.
TIME-WORN: Though some of the buildings may need rejuvenating, Lisbon is a vibrant city, says Sue Grove.