This is a photo, shot a few days ago, right after the end of corona lock down, on Thessaloniki's waterfront, in Greece. It comes from a series of photographs under the general title "THE SILENT WATERFRONT". It shows a greek priest walking with confidence and joy towards the sunset, right after the end of the lock down of the city which lasted almost two months, at the end of a rainy and stormy day. The intriguing element of the certain photo, for me, was the fact or its metaphoric perception, that this priest -obviously subconsciously- gave somehow a vivid picutre or even became himself a part of the New Testament story, according to which, the disciples saw Jesus walking on the water, after their ship became caught in a wind storm in the sea of Galilee.
AUTHOR: Orestis Georgiadis GREECE
Enthusiast photographer. Lawyer. Born in 1971. Thessaloniki-Greece.