Head spring statue found in the Arno river in the Sixties … More 🌸Welcome spring!🌸and the “head of spring” story : have you seen this woman?
What a great emotion seeing the Church door open after so many days of lockdown! Finally we can go back to a Church and pray and most of all being able to take part to the celebrations. Of course even here there are the same restrictions we have in restaurants,cafes and open spaces : one … More Even Churches re-open after lockdown in Pistoia, Tuscany,Italy
http://www.imosaicidilastrucci.it What a coincidence : about a month ago a gemmologist from Pistoia , Lucia Gori , told me about this place in Firenze . Two days ago a friend of mine Carmen , native from Canarie island but living in Florence since long time, brought me here and I immediately recognized the name engraved … More An amazing studio in the heart of Florence : a jump in the Renaissance
Here again after a long long ,busy year I can enjoy the same seaside & this marvellous sea, the granite marble big rocks 🌊☀️🌻🌴🌺meet my old friends from different regions & nations, tasting great food & excellent wines!🍾🦀🐠🐬🦂🌴🐚🌞🍷🍸🍹🍧☕️ This summer I have to add more memories to those I have collected in more than fourty … More Sardinia fascinates me !
Did you know since the Roman Era this granite was very popular all over the Mediterranean area? The Romans had their caves just in this Northern part of the island & ship them to Rome. Still today it is exported all over the world and this is one of the most requested kind of precious … More Sardinia : granite cave near the seaside
In a romantic setting as San Giovanni Baptistry I found out this stunning exibition with a fab light ! it’s like to be in another world : no sounds just this mix of colours & shadows ….an enchanting setting for a stop from my walking tour abd on the ceiling a film was playing…. … More My Volterra :Rosso Fiorentino art exibition
On the Northen part of Sardinia island facing the Corse coast stunning rocky shapes kissing the seaside Romans crossed the deep blue sea to extract the hard shining granite travelling by ships fighting against the strong wind and the Bonifacio’s waves making big holes to take out the best marble to create a Gods’ temple … More Sardinia island~ my ‘pills of heaven’~ Roman Pantheon granite columns come from here!