This is the title of a Cretan song saying "Stars, forgive me if during the night I sing".
A recommended version is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9gHU8hEauo
Here I had unfolded the sleeping bag outside the little church of Agia Ekaterini, lying is a superb panoramic spot on the ridge the plain of Anopolis from the sight of the Mediterranean.
Of course the more spectacular view was that on the sea 700 m below, with the moon, the perfectly semicircular harbour of Loutro, and the dim, far light of Gavdos, which is the southernmost piece of land in Europe.
But I avoided to take a panorama on that side, thinking at the painful task of stitching it; as a consolation prize, I pointed the lens towards the mountainside.
Here, with the few hints provided in the description one should distinguish the dirt road ascending to the hidden Ammoutsera valley - see N.7018.
Now with this pano I think to have shown this mountain group, if not yet from every side, at least with every light!
Nine photos, each one 30 sec, f/8, 42mm, ISO 1600, using the wall as tripod.
After the first two shots I had some silly hesitation, and I retook the work from scratch. This turned out to be fatal! Namely, when I was working at the second shot a bright falling star traversed the sky above Ammoutsera, belonging right to the fourth.
The message was clear: that star had not forgiven me...