Our last opportunity to explore Rhodes, my brother and I drove to the ruins at Kamiros after the shoot off. It was eerie walking through the ancient city especially with the gloomy weather, strong winds and bouts of light rain. It was easy to see why the people of ancient Kamiros chose this location to make their home though.
Nestled in among rolling hills, the town was built overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Kamiros prospered until 142 BC when an earthquake destroyed it. Today we are left with ruins of foundations, a bath complex and a few remaining columns as reminders. Here are a few of my favorite photos with the full album on Flickr.