As a foreigner Italy’s garbage disposal procedure can be annoying, confronting and at times down-right stinky.
When confronted with the idea of having to walk my household garbage down the street to the nearest garbage bins I was immediately taken a back. The thought of parading my garbage across the piazza for all to see and assess was a little overwhelming. That was my feeling several years ago anyway, when I first moved to Florence. Continue reading “Cleaning up Italy’s garbage”
Arriving in Camogli by train you encounter her at first as a somewhat non-descript Italian town. But as you descend into her streets, down to her heart, her quaint charm rises up to meet you. Continue reading “Descending into the heart of Camogli: A photo walk”
It’s an exciting time in Santa Margherita, February marks the start of the new season. Or at least getting ready for it.
If the shops haven’t opened as Santa Margherita awakens from its January hibernation, you can be sure that they’re still closed for renovations for the coming season. Continue reading “Fresh paint for a new season”
I’ve been off the radar for a few weeks now and missed a few photo challenges so this one’s going to kill 2, no 3 birds with one stone!
There’re are so many bridges in the world, so what better subject to use for my collage challenge – while also including bridges.
Bridges can also be used for my delta challenge – after all aren’t bridges the perfect representation of transition. Both the bridges themselves and also the ideas that they represent. Continue reading “Bumper challenge: a hodgepodge of bridges”