Category Archives: Italy

Thursday’s Special – Traces of the Past 30/08/2018

A couple of closer views of an old abandoned town in Basilicata. A place that has to be one of my favourite deserted places….full of enigmatic, mournful silence… I know I have posted these before, but….. Linked to Traces of

Thursday’s Special – Traces of the Past 30/08/2018

A couple of closer views of an old abandoned town in Basilicata. A place that has to be one of my favourite deserted places….full of enigmatic, mournful silence… I know I have posted these before, but….. Linked to Traces of

A Garden Giant

For One Word Sunday today, we are asked to come up with an image that says Giant. I thought immediately of some of the statues at the park of monsters at Bomarzo in Lazio, Italy. I don’t have an image

A Garden Giant

For One Word Sunday today, we are asked to come up with an image that says Giant. I thought immediately of some of the statues at the park of monsters at Bomarzo in Lazio, Italy. I don’t have an image

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in July Y3

This week, Paula has chosen five words, of which four were nice easy choices for me. We are off to Italy, Greece and Romania, courtesy of my archives. Splash: Feathered Marine Scenic Linked to Thursday’s Special over at Paula’s here

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in July Y3

This week, Paula has chosen five words, of which four were nice easy choices for me. We are off to Italy, Greece and Romania, courtesy of my archives. Splash: Feathered Marine Scenic Linked to Thursday’s Special over at Paula’s here

June Squares: Rooves / 28

Here is a jumble of decayed rooves from the  Basilicata region of Italy: Linked to June Squares at Becky’s here        

June Squares: Rooves / 28

Here is a jumble of decayed rooves from the  Basilicata region of Italy: Linked to June Squares at Becky’s here        

Old Lucania – Sensing the History of Place

A few years ago I went with a friend to the region of Basilicata (originally Lucania) in southern Italy. This was prompted to some degree by the fact that neither of us had been there before, and we were curious

Old Lucania – Sensing the History of Place

A few years ago I went with a friend to the region of Basilicata (originally Lucania) in southern Italy. This was prompted to some degree by the fact that neither of us had been there before, and we were curious

U is for Umbria

I’m going for Umbria… Just a few images of the landscape there:

U is for Umbria

I’m going for Umbria… Just a few images of the landscape there:

P is for Pitigliano

Here goes for another off-the-beaten-track place, tucked in a forgotten corner of Tuscany. I first wrote about it in a post yonks ago in more detail…..Link to that at the bottom And here’s the old post: https://suejudd.com/2013/05/21/italy-less-trodden-part-1/

P is for Pitigliano

Here goes for another off-the-beaten-track place, tucked in a forgotten corner of Tuscany. I first wrote about it in a post yonks ago in more detail…..Link to that at the bottom And here’s the old post: https://suejudd.com/2013/05/21/italy-less-trodden-part-1/

L is for Locorotondo

Locorotondo is a picturesque town on a hilltop in Puglia, Italy.  Quite a dazzling sight against a bright blue summer sky: The historic part of the town is circular (the name is a clue!), and this part is a maze

L is for Locorotondo

Locorotondo is a picturesque town on a hilltop in Puglia, Italy.  Quite a dazzling sight against a bright blue summer sky: The historic part of the town is circular (the name is a clue!), and this part is a maze