Robert A. McCabe first visited Mykonos, Greece, in 1955. In his new book, he shares beautiful snapshots from those early visits, a stark contrast to how the island feels and looks today...
Robert A. McCabe’s photographs have been exhibited in the United States, Greece, and France, and have appeared in numerous publications.
In his book Mykonos: Portrait of a Vanished Era, McCabe’s images make it easy to see why Mykonos became such a popular destination is such a short amount of time. His photos perfectly capture the natural beauty and traditional way of life on the island in 1955 and 1957, many of which were used for National Geographic.
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