We are in Milina, Pelion, a beautiful seaside village in the side of Pagasetic Gulf and we follow the cinematographer’s friend on her tour.
The film opens with her lazy steps on the lacy beach as a lady who holds her baby in her arms goes away in a hurry from the shot. During her wandering, we see fishing boats left in the sand, a small platform that probably is used as a pier, the foothills of Pelion and in a change of the lens' point of view, we see Alatas islet with Koukouleika village, visible in the background.
Afterwards, the lens focuses on the plane (or Platanus) trees bare from leaves after the arrival of winter, on the seabirds that flutter in search of food, on Alatas islet that you think you can reach it by swimming, on a laundry that is spread out, on a boat that is left in a natural bay and on an old woman who wears a headscarf and walks next to her loaded donkey.
Last shot from Milina is the beech trees that hide the sky away.