Sounion, Greece, 2017.10.18
Sounion, Greece, 2017.10.19.
Nikon D7200, 12-24mm f/4G lens @12mm f/8, aperture priority.

"The philosopher Martin Heidegger visited Sounion during his journey to Greece in 1962, as described in his book Sojourns. He refers to the 'gleaming-white ruins of the temple'. In the strong sea breeze 'these few standing columns were the strings of an invisible lyre, the song of which the far-seeing Delian god let resonate over the Cycladic world of islands'. He marvels at 'the way that this single gesture of the land suggests the invisible nearness of the divine and dedicates to it every growth and every human work'. He goes on to reflect 'the people of this country knew how to inhabit and demarcate the world against the barbarous in honour of the seat of the gods. ...they knew how to praise what is great and by acknowledging it, to bring themselves in front of the sublime, founding, in this way, a world'."

— "Sounion", Wikipedia