|February and an unusually long and wet winter brought a rare occurrence as the Asprokremnos Dam overflowed.
|The dam last overflowed in the winter of 2003/4
|On the banks of the dam the water covers scrubland.
|Another view of the dam ...
|...and another ...
|... and yet another
|Following a similar watery theme, the giant Kouris dam near Limassol overflowed ...
|... for only the second time in its history.
|This is a view from the top of the dam.
|... and this shows the water flowing over the slipway ...
|... and on down into the valley below.
|There should be no water shortages for the next couple of years.
|July 3rd and one of those rare days where the sky is clear, the air is fresh and you feel glad to be alive.
|Part of the Troodos mountain range viewed from Mt. Olympos.
|The central plain.
|Morphou Bay - a view I never get tired of - with the Turkish mainland a barely visible shadow on the horizon.
|The central plain looking towards the capital Nicosia.
|Barely visible in the image, a rare glimpse of Turkey 150 km away on the horizon.
|Looking West to the wind farm - a sad triumph of misplaced technology and political expediency over common sense, as this is not a windy island. The windmills were still again today.
|West again towards distant Paphos.
|The Artemis mountain trail, between 4.5 and 5 km. I love it here.