Megan Elise » Madison Wedding / Engagement Photographer

Santorini // Film

The whole impetus for our little European vacation was that I wanted nothing more than to be on Santorini for my birthday. A selfish decision, of course. But I don’t think Brent minded too much.

Santorini is about as quintessential Greece as you could imagine. White washed walls, bright pops of color, fresh seafood eaten al fresco next to tiny fishing boats rocking back and forth in the sea. If you ever have the chance to go, rent a car or atv to get out of the “city” and explore the small chapels dotting the landscape and relax on the black beach. Or, feel free to spend a lazy afternoon sitting on your balcony, watching the ocean, and drinking a bottle of the local wine {as we did :)}. A tour of the volcano and the Santorini brewing company should also not be missed!

Someday I’ll go back. Until then….

All photos taken with Kodak Portra 400 & 800 35mm film.

**please note that I don’t condone the mistreatment of donkey’s or any other kind of animal and that I didn’t pay anyone to take those photos. thanks.**


Jenny - Megan, LOVE the pops of color and the quietness of Greece. Beautiful work! xo Jenny

Ester - Ahhhh, I feel so relaxed after looking at these. God, film is beautiful. These are beautiful, Megan. I think travel photography is in your future :)

david pexton - Lovely shots Meghan. The lonely boat is awesome. Looks almost like a toy.

Katie - Great Pictures! I miss Greece, it’s so beautiful. I also love how you always find the cutest dog(s) to photograph on vacation.

Lynne Glick - These pics are great. I need to go there!

Laurelyn - WOW!!! As if I needed a little push to plan a Greecian vacation/honeymoon, now I know for sure I have to visit Santorini! :) Looks like you had an AMAZING time!

Greece. » Megan Elise - […] I wasn’t planning to blog any more photos from our trip to Europe until, recently, a friend asked to buy some prints from me. As I was culling through some from my personal collection for her, I fell in love all over again with the island of Rhodes from these images and couldn’t help but share them and a few digital photos from Santorini as well {some film of Santorini can be seen here}. […]

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