For one minute, walk outside, stand there, in silence, look up at the sky and contemplate how amazing life is.
Big more snowy there yesterday for the Rugby!
More of that blue sky, you are obviously feeling the need for it too! I'm looking at my pictures of Spain with a little sigh....
nice....one of the things i would love to see when i visit will the statuary..outside of DC we dont get much around here...
Wow..... Imagine wandering through that!And wow.....way cool header photo, too! :-)
Yes, Jenny. Some blue sky would be nice. I'm tired of all the grey clouds. I'm looking forward to seeing your Spanish pictures.Brian, if you are planning a visit to Rome you won't be disappointed in anything.Pearl, smiles... I liked it too.Mel, thank you. I thought the picture was cool, too.
Beautiful photo, Valerie!The blue sky is stunning!I think I've seen that fountain in several movies shot in Rome.Thanks for sharing, dear lady!Hope you're having a wonderful Sunday!Ciao....X
Would love to be there now!
You will certainly have seen the fountain, Ron, maybe from a different angle. Yes, isn't the blue sky heavenly (unintentional pun). I could do with some of that sunshine right now.
This is the way I enjoy seeing places like Rome; through someone else's eyes.
Great Picture! I hope Jo Anne and I can make it to Rome one day.Dan the Mountain ManMountain Highs and Valley Lowsdanmtnman.blogspot.com
Again, another picture of culture which San Diego lacks. Great snap! :-)
Laveta, it's a good way to see the scenery.
Nice! The more photos I see, the more I long to visit Italy. Must have been quite wonderful to wander around there.
CrystalChick, it was wonderful although Rome was in the middle of a heatwave when I was there and I suffered from sunstroke. Still, even that is a memory.
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