12 Mar 2015 Italians at Work – A Photo Collage by | posted in: Italy Travel | 19 Daily Life in Italy… I’d love your feedback. Please leave a comment. Grazie. Tweet Share and Enjoy:TweetEmailPrintMoreLike this:Like Loading...
Always love your photography — stories in pictures and they are so evocative! You have a knack for tapping into the real world and make it so alive for those who have never been where you go. Love these!
Grazie Sherry! I am happy you enjoyed these photos of everyday life in Italy! I enjoyed taking them too!
I love that it’s mostly about FOOD with a bit of spirituality thrown in. 🙂
Grazie Caroline! I love photographing the Italian people in their everyday lives
I love your photos! All of these scenes used to be so usual to me, growing up in Italy: I never thought I should photograph them or cherish them until I moved abroad. Now, every time I am in Italy, the camera is out and the local shop keeper who knows me from childhood thinks I am crazy to want a picture of him!
So glad you are able to return to Italy as an adult now! Thanks s much for commenting here…
Love these. Can’t wait to capture more myself 🙂
Grazie Ishita…Love your blog posts and photos!
I wrote a chapter in our book, Not in a Tuscan Villa, called All in a Day’s Work. It’s about ordinary working folk–the waiters, cheese makers, the bicycle repairman, the chicken store ladies, a pottery painter and my hairdresser. It’s about the value that’s placed on their work in Italy, and how they feel about what they do.
Nancy – That would absolutely capture the everyday lifestyle of Italia! Brava!
I love your blog an look forward to it all the time!!! Thank you so much for sharing with us!!!!
Grazie…I appreciate your support and kind words..
Beautiful photos! I can’t wait to return to Italy this summer!
Hope you had a wonderful trip this summer!!
It was an incredible trip!
That’s what I like about Italy you can actually watch life!
Absolutely..the people all tell a story! Thank you for leaving a comment!
Margie, I love the shoes the nuns are wearing. How times have changed.
Thank you Gene…Yes i noticed the shoes too!