The small Church of Agios Loukas (Saint Luke) hadn’t changed since we last visited three years ago. From Elounda, we’d crossed a narrow causeway to Kolokytha Peninsula, where it sits on a knoll overlooking the turquoise waters of Mirabella Bay.
On this morning, as had been the case on our previous visit, we were alone – our arrival announced only by the birds whom we’d disturbed.
The bell rested in its tower, ready to call the faithful.
The intricately carved and polished wooden doors were locked, but it really didn’t matter . . .
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