I’m looking back at the last couple of weeks with the realisation that things haven’t quite turned out as I was expecting (or hoping). After a particularly busy time at work I started my Easter recess completely depleted, and I still haven’t quite recovered. Still, at least I managed to close off a couple woodworking projects last week and also made some headway into the photo mounting and framing. Climbing took a bit of a hit (something’s gotta give), and unfortunately I haven’t been able to catch up with my archery or photography. Well, mentioning archery – I did a whole session at 70m last week, with a respectable (for me) 89/120 on the Olympic round. It was only my second time shooting at this distance, so please be kind.
On the other hand, I did catch up a bit on photo editing, which was nice. I’ve also decided it’s high time to share some photos from my work visit to Heraklion last year. It was a busy few days there, but I did manage to squeeze in visits to the (recently renovated) Archaeological Museum and to the site at Knossos. Today I’m sharing a photo from the sculpture gallery in the Museum, with Persephone and Hades (and of course Cerberus) taking centre stage. This museum is well worth a visit, particularly for its collection of Minoan artifacts (more on these eventually). Off season, the Greco-Roman gallery is closed but the tickets are also slashed to half-price, which basically makes it a steal.