A mother gives birth, and a newborn stands for the first time in what will be its life among the olive groves on the coast of northern Lesvos.
I Mouria tou Myrivili Taverna is situated in the fishing harbor of Skala Sikaminia, home to a population of 150 people. Skala means "little harbor".
It is famous for this mulberry tree, that early 20th century writer Stratis Mirivilis, a pillar of modern Greek literature born in Skala Sikaminia, wrote about in his books. The village, the tree, and the taverna are also the setting in his novel, "Panagia Gorgona" (Our Lady the Mermaid).
The sun rises on the port of Chios
The sun rises on Agua International Water Relief and Lighthouse Relief volunteers after a night watching the coast of Lesbos for refugee vessels.
The Hellenic Republic 2017