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I wish a Happy 2019 to all of you , with health and luck.

2018 was a challenging year for me in many aspects of my life but overall I would describe it as a strengthening experience. That as a fact took a toll on my blogging activity. This year I had only 26 new posts, but it was the year that this blog had the most views since 2015 by far. I wanted to share an input on what attracted your interest mostly this year.

2018 Top 5 Visited Blog Posts

As it can easily be seen the common thing in all these posts is that they all are from 2015. Also 3 out of 5 are related to film cameras and analogue photography. The other 2 are travel blogs , photos from trips with my camera.

But how about the new posts from 2018, which where the most visited?

Here are the TOP 5.

Here the 3 out of 5 posts are B&W related posts, one is a travel post and the last one is a history related post.

I would like to thank all of you around the world that have visited my blog and I hope that 2019 will be a creative year for all of us.

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Greece entered WW2 at 28th of Oct 1940, after the Italians demanded surrender and Ioannis Metaxas answered “NO”. This small word was the united Greek Nation’s answer from the same moment. My grandfather was listed immediately From Koroni to Kalamata and then Athens. The first photo is from Athens (date unknown), the Second is from Albania at the 11th of Nov 1940, just 10 days after the declaration of war. He send my grandmother Dimitra the 2nd photo with a short note on the back. “My Dearest Dimitra I send you my photo for remembering me your husband, Nikolaos Douralas” 1940_Nov_7th

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1st Photo is from Athens before leaving for the Albanian Frontier

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Photo from the Albanian front 1940 Nov 7th

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I would like to celebrate this National Day by remembering those who fought against all odds for our freedom. I hope we get inspired by them today.

Nikon F75 + Sigma AF Zoom Master 35-70mm f3.5, Kodak Image Pro 100

More than 15 days Ago I had a nice morning walk with my son, where I had my D7200 and he had the Nikon F75 with him to capture anything he felt interesting on Kodak ProImage 100 film. Here are some shots from his film scanned with Epson V550 and processed in LR6.

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Film photography lessons with my 9 year old son. He is equipped with a Nikon F75 with a Sigma 35-70mm, and Kodak ProImage 100. My mission to photo the Photographer and get some photos on my own with my digital D7200. Drapetsona, Port. Fish Market.

Old film negatives from 1989-1990 scanned in v550. Some photos really under exposed sove over exposed but finally saved. You can get a taste of the era.