For one minute, walk outside, stand there, in silence, look up at the sky and contemplate how amazing life is.
ah wonderful architecture and statuary...want to visit...
What phenomenal architecture--it just speaks volumes of history that we've yet to experience in this country.Not that we'll ever catch up..LOLHow could you NOT be wowed by all that?!
Such beauty there! Love the different architecture. Val, I responded to your comment about how I did the twirly photo (In that same post). I'm assuming you check back for answers??
Bellissima, Valerie!Stunning architecture! That second photo down looks like the famous place (can't remember what it's called) that I've seen in MANY movies (such as, Roman Holiday).Funny, I was just talking to someone yesterday at work about visiting Italy. I truly need to get there!Have a lovely Sunday and thanks for sharing the beautiful images!Ciao!X
Hope you get the opportunity to visit, Brian.
I'm proud of our architecture, Mel. But hey, you have good buildings in the US. They will be part of your history too.
Heehee, I did comment, Mona.
Ron, you would pick the one I can't remember. Maybe if Joe looks at it he will know. Visiting Italy is a must, you know, especially for you.
Great shots Valerie.
Italy is another place I want to visit. Beautiful pictures.
Thank you, Pearl. Looking forward to seeing more of yours.BC, thank you. Italy is a beautiful country.
So beautiful! Thanks for sharing Val and a happy week to you!
simply beautiful ... I would love to go back and stay avery long time.
It always amazed me that people actually live in locales like this, and to them it's merely home. If I lived there I'd live in constant amazement at the richness of my city.
Me, too, Herman. I was always in awe of the place when I was there.
A place I would love to visit! Nice photos.
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