Italy in Pictures (Part 2)

KDickinson Photography - Cinque Terre, Italy
Vernazza, Cinque Terre

Recap of Part 1:  Italy is one of my favorite vacation destinations.  I love easing into the laid back lifestyle.  I love the art, the vibrant color of the coast, and of course, the food.

These photos I took over three visits between 2000-2008.  Many were shot with film, while only the most recent ones were taken with a digital camera (Can you tell the difference?).

KDickinson Photography - Ostuni, Italy
Ostuni
KDickinson Photography - Venice, Italy
Venice

 

KDickinson Photography - Pompeii
Pompeii
KDickinson Photography - Rome at Night
Rome
KDickinson Photography - Venice, Italy
Venice
KDickinson Photography - Alberobello, Italy
Trulli Houses in Alberobello.
KDickinson Photography - Asti, Italy
Asti
KDickinson Photography - Asti, Italy
Asti
KDickinson Photography - Carovigno - see that giant jug of wine
Carovigno – see that giant jug of wine?  It was cheap!  Sold in the markets, it’s a combination of grapes from the area that local residents provide.  It wasn’t bad either.
This is a restaurant in Ansedonia, a town that didn't appear to be much of a town but a quiet place with private homes everywhere. In fact, the only reason we pulled off here as we were driving north from Rome along the coast
This is a restaurant in Ansedonia, a town that didn’t appear to be much of a town but a quiet place with private homes everywhere. In fact, the only reason we pulled off here as we were driving north from Rome was that we were hungry and saw the blue sign with a fork and spoon near the exit.  It was a perfectly amazing Italian experience, we had the outdoor patio to ourselves, the breeze was just right and so was the bottle of wine we ordered.  The seafood was fresh and delicious too.
KDickinson Photography - Pompeii, Italy
Pompeii
KDickinson Photography - Polignano a Mare Italy
Polignano a Mare.  Cherries were very much in season during our visit. (Those are cherry pits flying through the air. It’s a contest.)

That’s it, don’t forget to check out Part 1.

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