Lens artist’s Photo Challenge #78: Special Spot Shots

Just before we switch to a new prompt, I thought I needed to get a move on and post for Special Spot shots…

I’m choosing Lucca, a place where I was enchanted, and the camera loved it:

Full of narrow, winding streets

shadows and shutters:

Shutters and shadows, Lucca

The wonderful Piazza del Anfiteatro:

Golden or Yellow

Italian flag, Piazzo Anfiteatro, Lucca

Plenty of Washington hanging:

Yellow wall and washing, Lucca, Italy

This one has been shown recently, but hey, it was great in the low light!

Piazza del Anfiteatro, Lucca, Tuscany

And the next morning, I was up watching the sun rise

Runners on the circuit of Lucca’s walls

I have many more images, but can’t lay my hands on them right now

Linked to Lens artist’s photo challenge at Ann Christines here

23 comments

  1. Oh, such a gorgeous place, Sue! What lovely images, colours, architecture – Tuscany of course! And your inquisitive lens!

  2. Good choice, Sue 🙂 🙂 I loved it too.

  3. Beautiful gallery, Sue. Thanks for taking me back there. 🙂

  4. I can see why it enchanted you, Sue. Nice memories.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. It does look lovely. I think the autocorrect gremlins have been playing though 🤔

  6. Marvelous Sue! Love those tiny little streets/alleys. Only in Europe – such a classic. And of course your glorious sunrise shot!

  7. Great views of Lucca Sue 🙂

  8. Definitely a place I’d like to revisit, half a day wasn’t really long enough, so thanks for this reminder of this magical city, Sue!

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