I have never been in another place where the streets themselves, the physical roadway that you walk on is so interesting. I turned the corner after I took this shot in the Plaka in Athens and I found myself in this little alley. The water was running from a hose in the side of the building to the left and I took a few shots with that but the reflections were unclear. The water seemed to be slowing down so I waited for it to stop and I got this beautiful reflection of the apartment at the end of the alley. I am especially happy with the contrast in textures that resulted. The silvery smooth water, the rough uneven stones, the corrugated metal walls and the modern walls of the apartment work together to produce a very interesting image.
When streets have existed for 2-3,000 years the stones themselves take on a character that is worth exploring.