Posted by: DG MARYOGA | 20/01/2014

A Sunday Prayer


Standing humbly  overlooking the deep blue of the Sea of Crete in the south of the Aegean Sea

overshadowing the rest of the luxury facilities

overshadowing the rest of the luxury facilities

Standing humbly in the surrounding area of the Elounda Beach Resort overshadowing the rest of the luxury recreational facilities …

A Symphony of Blue and White

A Symphony of Blue and White

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Leading Path to the Humble Church

Leading Path to the Humble Church

Follow the Leading Path and Join My Sunday Prayer to glorify God and the Blue-White nuances …

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  1. A beautiful post, Doda. I had missed it and so I am catching it now with the lovely blues and religious undertones. I send you love for your day! ❤

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    • Oh my sweet and kind friend Christy,how nice of you to come and visit an old post of mine!I had been away from WP for more than a couple of days and now I have to run and catch up again 🙂 I’ll post something quick and come by your always inspirational place …
      Love right away back to you my lovely friend 🙂 ❤

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  2. So extradordinarily beautiful as are you dear Doda! I am honored to know you and blessed by your presence in my life. Happy & Healthy 2015 to you and your family. I look forward to sharing the coming year with you my friend~

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    • Why thank you,my lovely Cindy !
      The honour is mine my dearest friend ! You are such a sweet and blessed person sending pure light into my life ! Looking forward to your new work while wishing you the best of best:) Sending Love & Peace your way , Doda 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤

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  3. […] has a beautiful blog that one can easily fall in love with. I wish I could stand humbly overlooking the deep blue of the sea with her. Her photos posted on the Flickr will take your breath away…. take a look of the […]

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    • Oh dear Amy ! My cheeks blushed … Feel totally honoured while reading your nice words.Thank you so much for appreciating my photos.Now.when I gaze at the deep blue sea and the setting sun, I’ll have a feeling that you stand next to me … and togerher,we draw the connection lines you and I know …

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  4. I have been many times to Crete, I want to go back again and again.. love this island.

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    • I know the feeling dear Konstantina ! Crete is a very popular destination all year round.Many thanks for your comment !!!

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  5. I loved Crete, and saw many beautiful churches there, Doda. I stayed at the eastern end of the island, so didn’t make it to Elounda, but the blue and white is everywhere, isn’t it? 🙂

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    • Yes,the blue and white are the colours of Greece,dear Jo.Crete has many remarkable archaelogical sites and natural beauties to enjoy.You might make it to Elounda next time.Thanks for coming by and commenting !

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  6. What a lovely place, Doda. Did I tell you I almost went to Greece once. Finally, did not make it. That was a long time ago. 🙂

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    • Why anonymous dear Thou/Jimmy or (Just a Simple Guy ) :):):) ? Thanks anyway for coming by and liking my Sunday Prayer !!! Next time you are in Europe,Greece will be waiting for you .Glad you give me the chance to spot your new WordPress blog.Happy blogging my friend from the other end of the world !!!!

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  7. The Symphony of Blue and White– what a beautiful way to express the glorious place!!! Thank you for sharing the scenery, Dear Doda! Hope to see more…

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    • Thank you dear friend Amy ! The symphony of Blue and White is another way to refer to Greece and its natural surroundings … A vast blue ocean all over the country and the coastal white-washed houses along with the foaming waves … Once again,a big thank-you for being a real,real follower of my humble amateur posts !!!!!!

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