Chris Diamantakos

Chris Diamantakos
ATHENS ,GREECE / A Greek who loves food and the places of his country,,,After all, IT'S ALL GREEK TO ME!
Chris Diamantakos
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Photography for the new Lonely Planet book Beautiful World Rufous hummingbirds, seen here feeding on nectar at Huntington Beach, California, are just long, but the hyperactive birds migrate across North America.


Champion diver: Even cormorants, a deep-diving seabird, joins the fray in this sardine feast alongside a common dolphin. Some cormorants hav.


The Dolomites – South Tyrol, Italy Millions of years ago the pale peaks and pinnacles of the Dolomites lay on the seabed; now they are among the world’s most distinctive mountainscapes Credit: Michele Galli/Getty Images

red rock

Red rock towers are seen at Monument Valley Tribal Park on the Arizona-Utah border. The sandstone spires are the result of millions of years of erosion. Iron oxide gives the rock its reddish tone.


Lantern festival – Chiang Mai, Thailand Yi Peng, Chiang Mai’s version of the Thai festival Loi Krathong, takes place during a full moon in November and sees many hundreds of lanterns launched into the night sky Credit: Athit Perawongmetha/Getty Images


Credit: Antony Spencer/Getty Images The aurora borealis – Kiruna, Sweden When charged particles, which flow from the sun at kph, hit the Earth’s magnetic field at the planet’s poles, they create curtains of light. Solar storms heighten the effect


Credit: Sarun Laowong/Getty Images Bryce Canyon national park – Utah, US The Wall Street Trail of Bryce Canyon has its own skyscrapers: ponderosa pines. Chasms in the rock are formed when water freezes and expands, creating alleys up to 60 metres deep


Dusk panoramic view of The London Parliament, the Big Ben and the Westminster Bridge viewed from across river Thames Credit: Enzo Figueres/Getty Images


Plitvice Lakes National Park (Croatia) ~ 'This Unesco World Heritage–listed park is made up of interlinked and cascading lakes, caves and forest. The colours of the lakes range from azure to green, blue and even grey.

Whipped Feta

Whipped Feta: This was simple and addictive. The ratio seemed to be a bit of so I just added the feta/cream cheese amount that seemed appropriate. Also, without the tomatoes and olive oil, the dip can seem very intense.