{Oia, Santorini, Greece: Part I}

While I found Oia a bit too crowded with tourists for my liking, there is no doubt it was still incredibly breathtaking. The whitewashed buildings, blue domes and cobblestone streets were seriously picture perfect. 
{Photos ©  Liz Denfeld}

38 thoughts on “{Oia, Santorini, Greece: Part I}

  1. Beautiful pictures Liz! My husband are thinking about planning a trip to Greece at some point and your pictures make we want to go even sooner. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. First of all, I have to say that I am absolutely in love with your inspiring blog.

    Second, also loving your photography. I have always wanted to become an avid learner of photography but am so busy with my full time job and blogging. Hopefully soon!

    We were actually planning a honeymoon to Greece but decided on Bali but these pictures make me KINDA jealous!! 🙂

  3. Your photos are out of this world, Liz. I know I say that every time, but I can't help it! I wish I could take mine the way you do yours. (: Yay for it almost being your one year Amsterdam anniv!

  4. looks amazing! one reason I have never visited santorini before is that I always thought that its jam-packed with tourist… is it that bad or did I make that up in my mind? 🙂

  5. oh my gosh. these photos are AMAAAZING, liz! you'd never even know that it was a little on the touresty side! it looks like absolute heaven. and i am maj lovin your dress!

  6. Thanks, Allie! It's actually 4 years old – It's a Leifsdottir dress I bought at Nordstrom! Still love it this many years later!!

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