Costas Andreou has done a wonderful job with this photograph showing Agios Konstantinos/Glyfoneri on Skopelos.
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Costas’s photo of Glyfoneri at night from the sea is indeed magical, and looks like a stage set for a production of The Tempest. There have been some comments about the text under the balcony at right just above the beach in the centre of the photo; this is Costas’s discreet copyright watermark (“© Costas Andreou”), which many photographers place on their images to prevent unlicensed use of their work.