Three weeks from tomorrow Greece votes for a new Parliament in an election already overrun with pronouncements, predictions, predilections, prognostications, and prevarications. In other words, it’s politics as usual—politicians and the press p’ing all over the public.
I have my own sort of P for thee. It’s an assortment of photographs culled from the archives of my friend Dimitris Koustoukas capturing Mykonos—his birthplace and my heartspace—a couple of generations back.
Times were different then. And no doubt will be so again. Whether times are better or not I suspect shall always be debated, for that is the Greek way…