Saturday, June 25, 2011

navona





11 comments:

  1. Looks like my kind of art fair.

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  2. I'd love to be there to look at the art and stroll around and then find a coffee with a biscotti!
    Ciao Eleonora

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  3. Oh torture! I miss Rome! Beautiful to visit your blog as always. (Even with the torture! :)

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  4. La piu bella piazza di Roma :) I love it. Have a feeling we'll be visiting soon.

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  5. So many of your photos bring back fond memories for me. Living just a few blocks away, viewing these shots is a bit like going home... :)

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  6. belle cartoline di street photography!

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  7. Amo Piazza Navona. But not for the booths, merchants, hucksters, and stuff being sold. (A green blob of guck that you throw down on the ground and it goes splat, then reforms itself into a blob with eyes. Huh?) I love Borromini's church, and Bernini's fountains, the pavement stones that have felt the shoes (and bare feet) of history. Well, people need to make a living by selling stuff.

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  8. Thank you so much for all your lovely comments!! :) Ciao

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