Category Archives: Italy

Weekly Photo Challenge: Falling Water

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Falling Water

Linked to Weekly Photo Challenge at Jenn’s here

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in March (Y4)

Here we are with another Thursday’s Special from Paula. I have picked three of her words. Interstice: Circuitous – not a straight line, this one, a very twisty, windy, hairpin-bend road (actually this would also do for interstice?)   saubulous

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in March (Y4)

Here we are with another Thursday’s Special from Paula. I have picked three of her words. Interstice: Circuitous – not a straight line, this one, a very twisty, windy, hairpin-bend road (actually this would also do for interstice?)   saubulous

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #35: Architecture

I was not sure where I was going to go with this one, after seeing Amy’s wonderful images of Macchu Picchu, and then Tina’s images also from ancient worlds of Petra, Ankor Wat and Akko and The Great Wall of

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #35: Architecture

I was not sure where I was going to go with this one, after seeing Amy’s wonderful images of Macchu Picchu, and then Tina’s images also from ancient worlds of Petra, Ankor Wat and Akko and The Great Wall of

I remember it as if it were yesterday / 12

I had read of the abandoned town of Craco some years ago now, and  determined to see it when I found out that it was possible to visit. I can still see myself taking these images, walking around this place…and

I remember it as if it were yesterday / 12

I had read of the abandoned town of Craco some years ago now, and  determined to see it when I found out that it was possible to visit. I can still see myself taking these images, walking around this place…and

I remember it as if it were yesterday / 11

I don’t recall where I read about the Piano Grande in Umbria, in the Valnerina. The Valnerina is the eastern region of Umbria, a place of contrasts- high mountains and vast stretches of virtually nothing, so communications are very poor.See here

I remember it as if it were yesterday / 11

I don’t recall where I read about the Piano Grande in Umbria, in the Valnerina. The Valnerina is the eastern region of Umbria, a place of contrasts- high mountains and vast stretches of virtually nothing, so communications are very poor.See here

I remember it as if it were yesterday / 10

A decade or so ago I came across the films of the late Andrei Tarkovsky, after visiting the great gothic abbey of San Galgano  which entailed a fair journey from where we were staying, but I was determined to see

I remember it as if it were yesterday / 10

A decade or so ago I came across the films of the late Andrei Tarkovsky, after visiting the great gothic abbey of San Galgano  which entailed a fair journey from where we were staying, but I was determined to see

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #29: Cityscapes

We’re  asked to show Cityscapes, so I’m going to show a few images where it’s all about the light, adding to the impact and atmosphere of a place. First up,  we  have a view of some of London in the

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #29: Cityscapes

We’re  asked to show Cityscapes, so I’m going to show a few images where it’s all about the light, adding to the impact and atmosphere of a place. First up,  we  have a view of some of London in the

One Word Sunday: Old

Well, what to post – I have tons of images of old things! Many of which are ruined or at the very least decayed….but here is old and rather lovely – the 13th Century Benedictine cloister at Monreale, Sicily. Many

One Word Sunday: Old

Well, what to post – I have tons of images of old things! Many of which are ruined or at the very least decayed….but here is old and rather lovely – the 13th Century Benedictine cloister at Monreale, Sicily. Many