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Category Archives: Italy
I was in Maine for 16 days in June, spending two days in Portland before driving the scenic route along the coast to Tremont on Mount Desert Island (MDI). In Tremont, I rented a quiet cottage (Seaside Cottages) on the … Continue reading
If you have been following my blog, you know that in June I traveled to Italy, and while there, I photographed my way from Venice to Rome with stops in Cortona, Siena, Florence, Pompeii, Positano, Capri, and Ravello. I recently … Continue reading
One of the most beautiful places I visited while in Italy in June was Positano on the Mediterranean Sea/Amalfi Coast. It could not have been anymore beautiful than I envisioned before arriving at this small town nestled in the side … Continue reading
I am slowly making progress through my many images from Italy, and yesterday evening I went back to Cortona in Tuscany–well, not exactly back in person, but to my Cortona images to review those that I had not processed yet. Reviewing … Continue reading
While in Italy in June, we stayed in Positano–a small town nestled on the side of a mountain that dropped into the Mediterranean Sea. Positano is gorgeous, and our five days/four nights there were fantastic. One of the days, while … Continue reading
While in Positano, we took a boat to the island of Capri. It was about an hour ride, and the view from the boat the entire way there was gorgeous because of the rugged mountains and cliffs along the coast … Continue reading