Weekly Travel Theme: Flowing

Ailsa at Where’s my Backpack? has us finding images that say Flowing for this week’s Travel Challenge. I’m off to Italy, more precisely Tuscany, for an image from the area south of Siena known as the Crete Senesi…..I fell in love with this region, for the landscape, the towns and villages, the people, the food….and the wine!

As ever, I’m trying to come up with something a bit different, giving myself an extra challenge-within-a-challenge, as i search through my archives.

The grass here seems to flow over the contours of the land….what do you think?




  1. Works for me 🙂 What a beautiful, verdant landscape!

  2. I agree, I can see the flow there.

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