This is my first intentional attempt to short stories along with my photos…mostly photos, of course.
Follow me to Norcia, Umbria, Italy…
As we stepped out of the vehicle, the crisp autumn air fully welcomed us and the anticipation of all we were told of Norcia continued to ...
A small look into my vast collection of
DOORS of Italy…
One thing I have always found captivating is doors. The shapes, the design. But what I really love? Old doors.
Italy has enough old doors to keep anyone who has a door fetish for a loooong while.
Here are a few I found in Norcia, Perugia, Italy.
As you wander ...
There are little villages in the hills of medieval Umbria, that literally make you feel like you have time traveled.
Stroncone is one.
And walking through her cobblestone streets felt like I was in an Italian movie scene.
I was…my own: I left a piece of my heart in ...
This is the very Bramasole, from the movie, Under the Tuscan Sun, just outside of Cortona…It was a little surreal to see. :)
Cortona, Tuscany, Italy
An afternoon stroll..
Siena, Tuscany, Italy
Imagine this with me for a moment….
You will be picked up at the Rome Airport and whisked away to our home-base in Spello, Umbria where we will be staying in a 4-star agriturismo, or Italian Farmhouse.
Three personalized cooking lessons by Cristiana, a native Umbrian Culinary Extraordinaire will take ...
Last October I forgot to post that my second issue of
was released! So here it is…and at the end of WANDERER THIS month, our 3 rd issue will be released!
The cover photo and main article were by a fantastic landscape photographer from Vancouver Island, Canada,
Carrie Cole ...
It has been quiet around these parts of the web. but it doesn’t mean i have not been busy.
on nov 8, the world witnessed the devastation that typhoon haiyan brought here to the central philippines. our family’s
NGO, Gentle Hands, has been involved extensively. you can read ...
one of my most favorite personal spots in the world is the city of venice. and one of the things i wanted to do on my last visit there was to go up to the campanile, or bell tower, and see the islands below and lagoon from a bird’s ...
for all the details of this magical tour go to our
TOUR SITE - www.followyourhearttours.com :)
there was one thing i always wanted to do, every time i went to venice but never got to it - climb the campanile in san marco square and view my beloved venezia from a bird’s eye view.
my last trip i did just that. it was a cool fall ...
these are some of my most favorite photos i’ve taken in venice - from my first trip back in 2008.
and until today, i thought i had lost these forever. so when i happened upon them in my time machine’s backups, to say i was thrilled is an understatement ...
so i decided to scout out the interwebs and give you a list of all the
REMARKABLE reasons WHY you should come to PUGLIA, ITALY this coming OCTOBER 2013.
taken from LONELY PLANET: Puglia is sun-bleached landscapes, seascapes and silver olive groves; hilltop and coastal towns; factories and power stations ...
anyone who knows me even a
WEE bit know i LOVE italy.
i have only stayed 6 hours in rome, though, if you can imagine! but i took as many photos of rome as my 5D could take, let me tell you.
here is 6 hours in rome through my ...