Tuesday, April 12, 2011

dolce far niente






Sweet idleness is a national sport these days. During the weekend folks go to one of the city's many public parks, bring a picnic or just lie on the grass, enjoying the warm sunshine and perfumy spring air.
We like to do the same.

15 comments:

  1. Belle giornate di primavera, quasi di estate :)

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  2. I'd love to do the same. There aren't many parks here so we head to the countryside instead.

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  3. We had a fine day yesterday with 15C. I told the people at my favorite cafe that I wanted to enjoy my coffee outside, so they brought out a table and a couple of chairs. Today we had a grey sky and 5C.

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  4. Last weekend it was really balmy here too!
    But it's bit overcast today...

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  5. Aaaaaaaaaah. Wake me up when lunch is ready...

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  6. Thanks for your kind words, everyone!

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  7. Ah, that looks so relaxing... Nice shot :)

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  8. My40 year old son was doing this in the park when we visited him 2 weeks ago. Love the shot. If I got down like that, I would never be able to get back up. Oh, to be young again!

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  9. How I wish it were warm enough here to do that...

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  10. Nice shot, I can almost feel the warm grass under my feet;) Fantastic the spring is here !!!! with all the parfuming smell and flowers, we missed the vinterperiod.
    This summer, we vill see Lucca and Pisa, do you have any traveladvise for camping this distríct?

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  11. Ohhhhh...I'd love to be doing that right now!!! Great shot Eleanora! It really captures the feeling of sunshine and lazy afternoons!!!

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  12. Grazie for your warm comments!

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  13. That's what I'd need... lying down on the grass, under the sun...

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