The fishing village of Georgiopoulos in Crete was an interesting short photo adventure sortie from Souda Bay, one of our stops on Northern Trident 2015.
About an hour by taxi from Souda Bay, we went to Geogiopoulos for a single reason - to get sunset and blue hour photos of this little chapel that is literally on a little island in the bay, connected by a causeway that apparently can be all but underwater at high tide.
The chapel is the most famous feature of the town, and the night we visited there were a handful of others that made the trek out to the island.
The chapel was certainly a stunning photographic subject, and it was well worth the adventure to get there.
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