March 2, 2013
Sole da Italia, to get us through the rest of winter
My favorite lunchtime vantage point in the Borghese Gardens in Roma
Someone asked me the other day if I have patience. A more realistic question might be if I can practice it.
I am reaching my limit as far as winter is concerned. If you live in the New York area you are no doubt feeling the weight of these final persistent weeks. Every morning that a stroke of sunlight surfaces, I think this is it. Until it disappears behind a gray sky. So my gift to you this week is a collection of sunny, cheerful snapshots from Italy, where the sun is as vital to daily life as a shot of espresso and an aperitif.
Ravello’s blue sky and even bluer sea: more than enough to conquer winter’s emotive blues.
Looking down on Roma from Villa Borghese
Morning light photography class inside a Roman palazzo
The tourists are out for the beginning of the Primavera season in Roma.
Ragazzi enjoying an after school ice cream treat in the Borghese Gardens in Roma
T-shirt weather at the Maxxi in Roma
Terracotta pots in bloom in Roma
Morning light photography class in Roma
Sole nella chiesa
Categories: Amalfi Coast, Italy, Rome, Street Photography, Travel
Tagged as: Amalfi Coast, Ancient Roman Architecture, Borghese Gardens, Italian Scenery, Palazzo, Positano, Rome, Rome Photography, Street Scenes, Travel, Travel Photography
Love your photos and your BLOG..so wonderful. Which camera do you use? 🙂