Monday, March 22, 2010

marzo pazzerello





 
white and pink and grey





The weather changes so quickly in the spring. The sun plays hide and seek with the clouds, jumpers and jackets come on and off at the speed of an eyelid bat. Nature blooms, hormones surge, and beauty awakens with renewed life.



There's an Italian nursery rhyme that portrays March as being loony:
"...marzo pazzerello, aprile mite e bello, maggio sognatore..."


16 comments:

  1. This picture made my day!
    Can't remember when i longed for Spring so much...

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  2. Nice photography blog & good post.You have beautifully maintained, you must tried this website which really helps to increase your traffic. hope u have a wonderful day & awaiting for more new post. Keep Blogging!

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  3. Love the third photo particularly! So pretty!

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  4. I'm curious if the Marzo pazzerello rhyme has been set to music ...

    By the way, thanks for your tip about a crust of bread and onion slicing. Works ever so well!

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  5. Oh, your photographs, your PHOTOGRAPHS! They are so breathtaking and romantic! I've never been to Rome, but now I think it's too dangerous for me to go. I'd never leave. I would live in your closet with your little elephant. Please, may I? :)

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  6. Yes I totally agree that March is just slightly mad. Pazzerello - I like that.

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  7. oh, how nice this pictures show spring. In my country during this season we say that it is possible to feel and experience three seasons in one day: sunshine, rain and storm. Dutch weather, aaah. I envy you.

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  8. gorgeous photos. I love the playfulness of the 1st with the out of focus flowers, just like Italian March.

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  9. Very pretty! I posted some wedding pics today!

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  10. The very welcome blossoms of Spring!

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  11. I have a flowering crab tree next to my house. It blooms with pink flowers. There were two trees, one on each side of my front door, but one died. Now it's uneven, but the one that lives is beautiful. This is the story of life.

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  12. i love the last frame.
    ---writing you an email now ....

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  13. Thank you all, spring-lovers!
    GRAZIE

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