Thanks to my best friend, Sarah, for snapping this photo with my new camera. I adore it.
Petrified Forest of Lesvos
You know how in Pompeii, a volcano petrified people, animals, buildings, etc? Well, the same thing happened here on Lesvos, only trees (and a few small animals) were the only things that were petrified. The bark of the trees are now rock and have a tint of red to them due to the lava.
The Salt Marshes of Lesvos
This, my friends, is where all your sea salt comes from. It’s called the Kaloni Salt Pan on the island of Lesvos (Lesbos) and the unique habitat of wetland, ocean, and salt make it a popular bird watching place.