Photographer's Note

Waiting the coming ferry to departure from the island of Paros,i took a lot of shots with the most important to be this one, with the boat to passing by in front of the landing point,with the opposite part of the land to floodlight with the warm afternoon light.

The main port of Paroikia is for many, the first and only place they see in Paros. With as many as five ferries unloading in the space of half an hour your first impression can be that you want to get right back on the boat you just got off. But if you wait for the crowds to clear, you find that Parakia is not a bad place to base yourself.
The center of town is the windmill which used to serve as the tourist information center, but now serves only as a windmill. What the windmill does exactly, I am not sure, but the tourist police have moved across the street and if you want information on ferry boats there are at least half a dozen ticket agencies within fifty meters. Each agency posts the weekly schedules on boards in front and by looking at your options you realize that you can get just about anywhere from Paros. Don't book your ferry until you have gone by all the agencies and seen what is available in case some agents are just representing a particular ferry company and does not list the other boats.

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