Postcards from Italy (Again)
This isn’t the first time we’ve put together a set of postcards for Italy, and I don’t think it will be our last.
For our most recent month there, we were blessed with two completely different experiences: carting our nephew around to see mostly familiar sights, and then a couple of weeks of exploring a brand new area. It was rushed but fulfilling, and never once dull. Most importantly, it reminded us of the diversity in each region – we came away more curious then ever of the corners we haven’t gotten to yet in our three previous visits.
Italy is one of those countries with infinite magnetism: the food, the people, the wine, the coastline, the countryside, the food, the food, and oh! The food. (They just need to work on their accommodations and wifi and we might never leave.)
Beautifully captured. I love all of the textures in the buildings.
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This wins the blogosphere today.
You can never post too often about Italy!
Very nice pictures! Really captivating scenes. Thanks for sharing.
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All those pics make me want to hop on a plane and go back…it’s only a thirty hour flight…! I especially love that last photo!
Your interpretation of Italy is delightful; from architecture and culture to atmosphere.
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These are all lovely post cards! Lots of variety and vibrant color! Thanks for sharing these scenes!
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I just love these. Ah Italy, I really need to get back there…
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Wonderful trip through Italy. Loved the pictures and the
explanations you furnish with them.