For one minute, walk outside, stand there, in silence, look up at the sky and contemplate how amazing life is.
Nice pics Valerie. Rome is on my to do list.
Beautiful.......wow. What a city full of history....
Breathtaking! That's one place I'll never see in person. Thanks for sharing.
such an artistic place...the perspective on that second shot is really cool...
Bellissimo, Valerie!Each one of these shots are truly awesome.I especially love #9 and the way you shot it looking down through the metal railing - WOW!And it's ironic you posted photos of Rome because I just got the movie, "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone" with Helen Mirren, which I haven't watched yet, but look forward to.Thanks for sharing, dear lady! Hope you're enjoying a lovely Sunday!X
Pearl, it's a must visit city. Hope you make it. Brian, I liked that one too.Ron, sounds like another film I must watch, especially if Helen Mirren is in it. My day isn't so good, I'm penned in because of the snow... drat! Just hope I don't run out of food.
Grand photos of Italian architecture. Never got to Rome as I ran out of money when travelling in the 80's! Thanks for your well wishes, Valerie!h
Beautiful photos Val. Thanks for sharing. And thanks for your encouraging words about my book in your last comment on my blog. I guess I assumed you had stuff on Kindle because you are a extremely talented writer and you share so many amazing stories. Maybe I will have to pick your brain about self-publishing. Take care Val.
Awesome pics. And again, I'm envious of your travels. I wish we could find time to travel a bit, but work and the kid keep us more than busy. I guess we're the perfect example of the typical American work schedule. Argh...
I love Italy and especially Rome.Great photos !!Like your new header too !!
Herman, we didn't start travelling until after the kids were grown. Your turn will come.
Just beautiful! I hope to visit some day! Thanks for sharing!
Nice photos! A place I'd love to visit someday.
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