Italy in Pictures – Photos from Small Towns in Italy

My brother Rick says thank you to everyone who has sent him get well wishes and he reports that he is walking three miles at a time now. You know he is gearing up to put me through the paces in September. I’d better get moving and get in shape here sooner than later!

I have been writing lately, working on my novel, a medical thriller, so for this post I am going to make it a photo collage of some of the small villages and towns that I visited in Italy. Enjoy!

Apricale caruggi
Apricale caruggi
Longano, Italy
Longano, Italy
Dolceacqua Bridge
Dolceacqua Bridge
Workers making repairs in flood damaged Vernazza
Workers making repairs in flood damaged Vernazza
Maiori on the Amalfi Coast
Maiori on the Amalfi Coast
Doorway and stairs in Cesaro`, Sicily
Doorway and stairs in Cesaro`, Sicily
Ostuni
Ostuni
Marble quarries in Carrara
Marble quarries in Carrara
Caffe Longobardo in Cividale, Italy
Caffe Longobardo in Cividale, Italy

8 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    Incredible!!!

  2. Just beautiful. I want to go back!

  3. Always look forward to seeing places unknown to me like Ostuni..and Delcacqua Bridge..Thankyou for sharing Regards Liz

  4. To me, an interesting side light is the fact that in my other reading I can recognize sites from your pictures. Additionally your book put a lot of my other reading into perspective. I’d like to make a comment on the picture in Cesaro of the stairs and door. I remember a door very like that on an old ice box (not a fridge, an ice box) that was actually in use for game and such in the old family home in Sanford until at least the late 60’s. I think somebody took it off an old fridge and got some more use out of it. I think that is terrific. Waste not, want not is a good reminder for everyone. After all, plane fare to Italy is not getting cheaper.

  5. Great photos, Margie; oh, I wish I was there!

  6. Beautiful shots, Margie!

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