I just noticed my latest iPhone wallpapers have been pictures I clicked in Greece on my honeymoon. So, I am compiling some of my favorites from Athens, Santorini, and Mykonos you can use for your own iPhone. Enjoy!


No introductions needed here, this was taken in Oia, Santorini, Greece of the picturesque blue domes. Countless tourists come here just to take this picture. Here’s one more of the blue dome.


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Here are two from Acropolis hill, Athens. One is of Parthenon, and the other of Temple of Athena.

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My personal favorites are these- taken in Mykonos, Greece, of narrow alleyways, bazaar, showcasing sales signs and street shops of apparel, hats, souvenirs, etc. iPhone really came in handy here. In fact, I love the camera creating shadows and contrasts. Way better than my husband’s MotoG. Haha

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You can spot me standing in this narrow street.



This one is a view of Fira, Santorini, taken from literally the terrace of a restaurant we had dinner in.

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These two are from Santorini, Greece, on our way to down south. The windmill is on the way from Fira to South Beach.

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