Photos: Gerasimos Domenikos
Typically, what happens with the Greek summer, is a mood for cancellation of tangible reality, because of a common phenomenon. The sunlight is refracted through the droplets of sea humidity, which is created by high temperatures and suspended in the atmosphere. This results in a retreat of the limits of the actual dimensions and in the ambiguity of the form of objects and time surrounding them. Also, due to the intense light, the eyes of the people, to protect them, remain drooped and half shut, until late afternoon. But this slip of vision, does not invalidate the intensity with which summer light makes the color and the form of things and bodies explode. In moments of clarity of the human eye, the summer is just that. Forms at light.