Saturday, March 13, 2010

via dei pastini

meet me at the bakery





21 comments:

  1. Surely that is a flickr photographer, or a tourist ready to shoot. Did you talk to her?

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  2. Eleonora a esta hora un horno uuummm, casi huelo su interior, gran toma un saludo, José luis.

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  3. Ciao friends, thanks for your visit!

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  4. Ah! Bakeries are one of «Louis'» favorite things!

    (Is there no place safe from graffiti anymore?)

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  5. wish i could and i also wish that my local bakery looked as inviting as the one in the photo ;)

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  6. it's soooo good here it's hard to leave xx

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  7. una parta de queso para mi..;p...un abrazo Eleonora.

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  8. Samuel Johnson said,"He who tires of London, tires of life." Ditto for Roma.

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  9. Is she still waiting at the bakery? By the way: I have given you an award! Please stop by my blog (http://dagensfotos.blogspot.com/2010/03/blog-award.html) to receive it. Warm greetings to you for your inspiration.

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  10. Thank you all, friends. Please forgive my hiccupping posts and my near absence from your sites, it's a busy and confused time!
    Ciao, E

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  11. Does "Via dei Pastini" mean small or little pasta street?

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  12. Chuck~ what you're referring to is PASTINA, which is the smallest grain pasta, usually cooked in chicken stock for children's soups.
    Via dei 'Pastini' is a plural noun. Pastino is an ancient word meaning "fertile soil, cultivated with fruit trees", and perhaps centuries ago, the narrow alley behind the Pantheon was just that.
    Thanks for asking!
    Ciao

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  13. I like the contrast,walking people and the tourist!

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  14. Like this a lot! Good observation!

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  15. I like this shot - there's plenty going on and the colours and contrasts strike the eye, as they should - moves it from the everyday towards the extraordinary...

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  16. Great title & wonderful candid capture. I feel like I'm there and watching the scene unfold.

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  17. Wow, you guys are making me so happy!
    Thank you for your words, coming from the genius photographers you all are, I'm humbled and honored. And blushing!

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~Eleonora

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