At the end of a 4 kilometer hilly walk down the main road of Folegandros, you come to this gorgeous blue and white church. These churches are scattered across the tiny island, often in incredibly remote and uninhabited areas of the island. Some are basically the size of one room sheds, but if you peer into the windows you can see them filled with gorgeous iconography. This church was the largest on the island and the only one that was open for us to walk into. Luckily, it was unattended as they don't normally allow people in with shorts, a rule that I don't quite understand given how hot Greece is.
On a personal note, we're stuck at the Athens airport for about 36 hours as our flight was canceled due to protests in the city and by the air traffic controllers. It sounds like they're now tear gassing protesters in the main square, which is where we were staying almost two weeks ago during the previous protests. It's impossible to travel anywhere since public transportation has been halted, but luckily the airport hotel is brand new and very nice, so I'm getting some work done and watching some movies.