Tag Archives: Italy

Weekly Photo Challenge: GEOMETRY (3)

Sometimes Nature has its geometries (mostly assisted by human beings, I suspect). One that I’m especially fond of is a characteristic “Italian landscape”, with its arboreal exclamation points, as here: Does it look like Tuscany or Umbria? It does to … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

To wish you all the warm fuzzies you could possibly want on this heartfilled day: Pierre Pareja, founder of Venice Daily Photo and now turning his efforts to USA-Decouverte (his twin loves being Venice and the US), took this photo. … Continue reading

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Eye Candy, with an Italian Accent —

Color-starvation is epidemic here. We’ve been posting blasts of color for a while to warm and delight eyes averted from our newly lunar landscape. Does anyone else remember the ad campaign of the Italian knitting company, The United Colors of … Continue reading

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Need Color? Grow it Yourself!

“For a photographer who shoots in color, winter is a challenge.  Aside from looking for subtle colors in the snow and preparing colorful, delicious food, I’ve surrounded us with flowers.  I started with the vibrant amaryllis and then added the … Continue reading

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