Propylaea (1973)

The Propylaea is the 5th century BCE building that served as the gateway to the Acropolis in Athens. Of all the pictures I took during my visit to the Acropolis on a hot sunny August morning, this is the only one from which I managed to exclude the throng of my fellow visitors. Well almost— on a cold rainy December morning 30 years later, I digitally removed the visible half of a woman who was standing behind the left column in the foreground.

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