In his latest series, “ANAMA”, photographer Petros Koublis, captures the hidden beauty and natural environment of Tinos– a Greek Island, that so few get to see. “The landscape of the Greek island of Tinos preserves, within the imposing austerity of its form, the memory of its primal, conscious experience,” says Koublis. “From the rough, weather beaten northern part of the island, to the milder south, the landscape opens a door towards an emotional interpretation of its form, in terms of a constant metamorphosis that started with the first awakening of consciousness of the first settlers of the island, thousands of years ago, and it continuous to this day through our very own eyes.”
In this project commissioned by a group of local entrepreneurs, and initiated by Talc Design Studio, the photographer provides an opportunity to see Tinos from a different perspective. The scenic images of Tinos evoke a sense of allure that is serene and spiritual. It is a captivating perspective of Tinos preserving a way of life that is rarely seen. See more below.
(Images via submission by Petros Koublis)