“My friend Leonidas shot this image with his phone at the National Observatory of Athens in Pnyx. It was the first time I had visited this gorgeous building, I had arranged it well in advance, when I read on Facebook that it would be open to the public during the early hours of Sunday the 5th of March, 2017.I met my crew a little bit after midnight and we walked uphill towards Thiseio and the Hill of the Nymphs. We crossed the narrow trail through the shrubs' thick foliage; the more we proceeded, the more vast Athens appeared from a distance. We arrived at the top, in front of the Observatory's entrance at the end of a long queue of patient visitors.When we finally got in, we surrounded the huge telescope and one by one, each of us was able to see the small, blurry, round light of the planet Jupiter. When I came outside again, I stopped for a while and observed the endless lights, those of the city and those of the sky. We could have gone there together.”