Frozen, staring over the water to Turkey, sick and cold of the rippling sea water.
So many refugee children arrived on the Greek island Lesvos this way.
They all had that same look on there faces.
Many volunteers andNGO's were present to give the refugees a warm welcome.
After a emergency blanket, lollypop and bell bladder often appeared soon a smile on the faces. Arriving in Europe. Calling to the other site to tell they are Free.
About Lesvos Photo and Photography blog
Anjo visited Lesvos for the first time in 1989 . After that almost every year. The main income of this Island are olives and tourism.
Anjo started this blog in 2015 to share the beauty of this magical place.
At this moment more than 2500 refugees a day reach the Island. Those people need help. The Greek residents are very hospitable and help as much as they can.
From 5-26 october 2015 Anjo will travel to Lesvos. She will post daily photos and stories about the situation on this blog.
More news, information, donation:
A drop in the ocean
Proactiva Open Arms
Boat refugee Foundation
Graduated as a garden designer, professional florist and photographer. Specialised in travel and nature photography.
"The most important thing is to see to meet and to share”