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Why I set up the Greek bailout crowdfund | Thom Feeney | Comment is free | The Guardian

Why I set up the Greek bailout crowdfund | Thom Feeney | Comment is free | The Guardian. As the total heads towards a million euros, I am proud of the donors from around the world. This campaign is by

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Mageia marmara!!! Magic marble!!! Magischer Marmor!!! Marbre magique!!!

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Clouds in the sea and waves in the sky!!!

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Still life in blue

Photo taken by Hercules Milas at the Argolic gulf, close to Nea Kios village, Argolida, Peloponnese, Greece. He thinks that this man is collecting worms (for baits), he’s not sure though! What do you think? I think at this moment

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The Dark Side of Gavdos

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Golden South Crete!!!

Golden sunset in Agios Pavlos and Triopetra in the south middle of Crete in Greece!!!

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Lykos

Lykos with ‘Taverna Akrogiali’ in the middle!!! This place is my second home and is located in the south west of Crete in Greece!!! For further information please have a look at ‘My Personal Crete Blog’ on my Crete blogroll!!!

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Watson

It's all learning and teaching to me!!! In addition I love writing, sports, social media and the Greek island Crete, my second home!!!

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