Saturday, October 10, 2009




I can't afford to travel abroad now, maybe by the end of this year, so I'll take time to view and scan my photos I took in Tunis and Greece to upload here in my website.
This I took in Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia, which is popular tiny beautiful town situated on the Gulf of Tunis. The Tunisian Blue is said to have been born in this city. Yes, the windows and doors are painted blue, so beautiful like the sky and the sea there. It was beautiful indeed, but less interesting for me comparing with Medina of Tunis, which is a maze once you step out of the main street lined with so many souvenir shops. But Sidi Bou Said is a relaxing place in spite of a lot of tourists there; I was soothed soaked up in the sound, smell, look of the sea and the sky, and feeling the wind:))

blue in the sun : BessaFlexTM + Carl Zeiss Flektogon 35/2.4 + Kodak Ekta Chrome 100 (cross-processed); @Dar Fatima (hotel), Sidi Bou Said, Tunis


  1. すばらしいね。

    I love the old architecture over there! The blue on that door us so unique. I wish I had more money for travel too :(

  2. こんにちは、ジョナサン。

    Me too. Maybe because of the material and the weather, they have decayed nicely:) I love deep blue, but also faded rustic blue. There are so many blue doors there. I wish the same , too, indeed!!