Samaria Gorge, longest gorge in Europe, some 16km long, descending 1260m from the mountains to the Libyan Sea. Crete's only national park: a 4-6 hour hike over continuously rough, stony ground.
Dragon arum (Dracunculus vulgaris), a beautiful, horrid-smelling, flycatching plant, common in the gorge.
Me in the dry riverbed of the gorge. Lower down, a stream of clean, potable water rushes through.
Susan in Samaria Gorge.
The Iron Gates, where the walls of the gorge are only 3m apart
A door in a cliff near the exit of the gorge.
The lion fountain in the town square of Spili, Crete: clean, cold, delicious water from the streams of Samaria.
I think I'll do one more post of Greece photos after this, some miscellaneous ones that I like from the entire trip.