Photographs taken by Elinor Wynne Lloyd.
Up towards the Akropolis through the backstreets.
Beautiful bougainvillea is a constant in Greece. This was on an early morning walk through the backstreets in Plaka.
The Plaka is full of colourful and, occasionally, attractive graffiti.
On the way up to the Akropolis one morning, from Adrianou through the sloping backstreets.
Herms in the Agora museum.
The Tower of the Winds.
A proper ‘peristeri’!
A failing vine trailing along a now empty former restaurant near the Tower of the Winds.
On the way to the Parthenon.
One of the many tortoises who inhabit the lovely site of the ancient Keramikos.
Up towards the Akropolis.
The ancient Agora.
View from the Akropolis over the Odeon of Herodes Atticus.
The ancient Keramikos.
The grove of ancient olives at the foot of the west side of the Akropolis.
An unhappy trailing vine.
The Temple of Hephaistos or Theseion in the ancient Agora.