Charming House With Fantastic Colors On Lesvos, Greece
This is a guest house belonging to , a British photographer who left foggy London behind, seven years ago, and started a new life on the Greek island of Lesvos. In 2007 Australian author, photographer and designer Claire Lloyd and her British partner, artist Matthew Usmar Lauder, left behind the busy, glamorous London arts scene to explore a new, more simple way of life on the island of Lesbos. They bought a small house in a village far from the usual tourist haunts, and then another house on the edge of the same village. Here they have discovered the joys of a close community, the rhythms of the days, weeks, and seasons bound up with the natural world around them, and the lesser known places and pleasures of this, the third largest of the Greek islands. Famed for its history and the grandeur of its rugged landscape, which includes the lagoon where Aristotle founded the science of biology, Lesbos is also remarkably unspoilt. Get her amazing book .