Mixing in Italian Circles

IMG_4169I have been travelling, catching trains in Italy and soaking up the atmosphere, and the colour.

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How did the ancient Romans feel when they walked on tiles like these?

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Why haven’t I got a fountain like this in my front yard?

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How many brides have walked down this aisle?

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Was this a horse trough? Or a bath? And is this a Roman nose?

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Does the rain fall on the congregation?

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What kind of person chose this as the perfect front door knocker?

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What age was the oldest person who rode this carousel?

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When was the last time a horse was hitched here?

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Do you really think we travelled at 300 km an hour?

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Coffee time?

Story Twigs …! by Meg Philp is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

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7 thoughts on “Mixing in Italian Circles

  1. Dear Meg,

    Beautiful photos–and anyone can tell you are a storyteller! Those are the sort of questions I ask myself when I am traveling, the ones that make travel so very intriguing. Glad you are home safe and sound. Looking forward to many more pictures, stories, and questions posed!
    Love,
    Naomi

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      • Dear Meg,

        I’m sure you did! Would love to have been in that audience, but I hope to hear more of those store on your blog.

        I came home from my trip last night to find your lovely present. “Roman Holiday” is one of my favorite movies, and I love the calendar. Thanks so much for thinking of me.

        Love,
        Naomi

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  2. Who chose such delicious parts of an Italian city to photograph? And asks delightful questions? And will hear and tell their stories ? Only rhe beautiful Meg can. Thank you Meg.

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