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Postcards From Italy

Once again, we’ve saved some of our best pictures from Italy until last!


A lone painter beside a canal.

Venice painter


At the Piazza San Marco.

Venice ornament


One of many gondolas.

Venice lone gondola


A colorful window, symbolic of the colorful town.

Burano colorful window


Cracked and fading in the bright sunlight.

Burano doorstep


Statue of Neptune in Piazza Maggiore.


A day trip from Bari included a stop to see some “Trulli” – ancient traditional stone huts with conical roofs.

Trullis in Alberbello


And also to the town of Gravina, to see an ancient Roman bridge.

Gravina bridge


A bird rests on the head of a saint.

Catania statue


For all the bounty that she brings, Mount Etna’s power can be devastating.

Mt Etna devastated house


The old town of Trapani is most beautiful at dusk.

Old town Trapani


So is the coastline, with islands seen in the distance.

Trapani coast


The island of Favignana was inspiring.

Favignana coastline


Our afternoon visiting Erice (a small town on a cliff above Trapani), was fraught with cold and fog.

Cold street of Erice


The most beautiful place we’ve ever been to? Probably Amalfi.

Amalfi beach


Even when it appears ready to storm.

Amalfi dark


And especially at dusk, when from the pier, the village is welcoming.

Amalfi from pier


If you like these, then check out our Postcards from Croatia!

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43 Comments (Add Yours)

  1. Love the atmospheric black and white one…
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  2. Great photos! Love the first Amalfi photo and the one of Erice – beautiful, I would buy these postcards :D
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  3. These images are amazing. I am going to need to go and get your camera and editing tools before I leave again. I want to take photos like this.
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  4. I really thought they were postcards you bought! Haha. Beautiful photos! Makes me want to go back to Italy right now. (And to be a better photographer, Lol)
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    • Thanks Kieu, that’s the best compliment we could receive :) To be a better photographer, I can only suggest just keep shooting and read lots. We still consider ourselves newbies and we’re learning so much every day that we take the camera out.

  5. These are just gorgeous! Can I ask what kind of camera you guys use?
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  6. This is turning into one of my fav series. <3 Love them. Amalfi is my fav.

  7. I don’t think there’s any possible way for Italy to look anything BUT photogenic. Pretty!
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    • Agreed, we took just a couple photos :)

      When I first went through the selection process for this post I think I had around 50-60 picked out. Dalene had to be the critical judge and each one she tossed I groaned at.

  8. These are beautiful pictures! As I was scrolling through them I kept saying to myself “ooh that one is my favorite” so I don’t have a favorite because I love them all :)
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  9. More awesome photography – it’s a joy to look at your travel photos :)
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  10. Great collection. You got to see so much of Italy.
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  11. The old man in Erice… excellent!
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  13. Great shots guys. Love the one of Gravina in particular :)
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  14. Beautiful pictures, I’ve never been but it’s definitely on the list!
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  15. the last Almafi one and the Erice one in the fog are my favorites but I live them all! So gorgeous :)
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  16. These are so amazing! Who holds the camera most of the time?
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  17. These are great! I like the foggy one with the man walking down the alley… purdy!
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  18. Oh my …. so so pretty. As always, stunning photos that makes one yearn to be in Italy right about now.
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  19. Gorgeous photos! I am dying to go to the Amalfi Coast and Venice. So far I’ve only been to Rome, Florence, and Perugia. I haven’t even heard of some of these cities, but they look beautiful–especially Gravina!
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  20. Oh wow, I love that one of Trapani at dusk. I love Italy in general, so really enjoyed your postcard tour!
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  21. These are actually BEAUTIFUL photos. I LOVE the colours.
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  22. I love your postcard series! It really wraps up the destination nicely.
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  23. Great Italy photos and clever presentation idea! I would totally buy some of these postcards.
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