Santorini, Greece. “There is a crack in everything. That is how the light gets in.” – Leonard Cohen

While climbing Santorini’s breathtakingly picturesque mountains, this time to see the dormant volcanic crater, we stumbled across these two matching cracks. One crack was on one of the island’s aging rocks, the other on the side of the neighbouring mountain. Turns out that even in one of the most perfect and beautiful places in the world, there is imperfection – and you know what, it makes it all the more interesting. Coincidences like this make us stop and appreciate nature’s incredible power.


Photo and write-up by Sophia Loffreda. 

Twitter @sloffreda


About Sophia Loffreda

Sophia Loffreda is a Concordia Journalism graduate, based in Montreal. When she’s not writing or editing for TCP, she works at a Media company, and as a fitness trainer and freelance documentary filmmaker. A self-diagnosed television junkie, Sophia enjoys camera work, photography, layout design, and scriptwriting. She's also working on writing a sitcom with two of her closest and most sarcastic friends. One day they hope to be something like Shonda Rhimes or Tina Fey. Realistic, we know. For now, she’ll settle for reading her bible (Vanity Fair) and admiring genius (Woody Allen). Her other interests include art, pop culture, travel, cooking, reading, soccer, yoga, and running with her four-year-old dog, Charlie.

2 responses »

  1. Travis Hansen says:

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