Wednesday, March 3, 2010

mare d'inverno

Maccarese




Escaping the city for a morning at the nearby beach (25 Km drive) is my way of unplugging. This is where I come to break free from it all. A walk on the shore, sandy feet, a book, a nap. A light seafood lunch, and another nap. Waking up before driving back to the city makes it feel like perhaps the escape was a dream...




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19 comments:

  1. the sea is good for the soul.

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  2. Very peaceful and beautiful!

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  3. Beautiful, it does look like a lovely beach.

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  4. Being by the sea at seashore is definitely a great way to begin a day...or end a day...or just spend the day!!!

    My Wednesday photo is a BROWN PELICAN at the marina [I also have another photo, by link, of the same pelican that is much better...a close up on my photo blog].

    COME SEE THE BIRD!

    Hope your Wednesday is treating you well.

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  5. There should be some gelato in your day at the beach as well.

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  6. The light looks so pretty shining on the water!

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  7. Mm, wish I lived close to the sea - we're about as far away as you can be in England. The sun sparkling on the water is lovely.

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  8. I am with "Ribbon"... the sea is good for the soul.
    Peaceful and grounding... 20 years ago I had a little apartment on the beach and in the morning I would open my bedroom and with my eyes closed ... listen.

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  9. Very nice and peaceful, with the sun reflections. Lovely photo.
    Have a great day/
    Ulla & Brian Sweden

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  10. That's a magnificent photo, Eleonora.

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  11. I'm glad the beach is so close to you and only a little envious. :)

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  12. Some time in one special place can make us feel completely renewed.
    Oh how I wish it could the villa on your sidebar for me.

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  13. Beautiful mare! I can't wait for spring!

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  14. Oh... it looks like my Ansedonia and Feniglia... sigh!

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  15. Beautiful! What a great escape!

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  16. dear summer,
    take me im yours.

    longing for you always,
    Gina =)

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  17. Very nice reflective water image!

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