While we are sailing through the Sporades yet again with the help of the suddenly changing wind, we think how quickly things can turn upside down. It takes seconds.
This week Ennio Morricone headed to a better place. Today we bow down to his work, through the eyes of another grand maestro (as said by Morricone himself) - John Zorn.
Casablanca. The white houses and the cozy southern chaos, that you either accept or reject. Nightingale songs in a blossoming orange garden. Sunsets in the ocean during a low tide is when you see all the beauty in the world. And we drive through deserts and mountains and we clash with the local reality. Today we are in Morocco.
Yakamoz - sparks in the sea
Yakamoz is the word used to describe the glowing plankton in the southern sea. And everyone that encounters this sight for the first time can’t believe the magic. The story takes place where the Aegean Sea becomes the Mediterranean, and everything is an organized mess. Today we have an Anatolian story, that softens us up and makes us laugh at the same time.
To bathe in the sky
A quote by the French novelist Romain Gary hasn’t left my head: “Nothing can stop people from coming to Greece, but the typhus”. Greece, where you can bathe in the sky and the gods keep walking on the ground, according to Henry Miller.