This street scene from Tuscany was waiting in this morning’s inbox – an invitation to appreciate the beauty of architecture, age, and historical preservation, cobblestone streets, sun light, an unhurried conversation, and a walk with a dog.
Welcome to the 58th round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
You took to the streets and provided a great deal of wonderful insight! I really appreciate the great posts that you provided and particularly enjoyed your creative way to approach some of the subtleties that make for great photographs of streets and street photography.
Thank you for all those wonderful posts and providing me with some inspiring posts to read!
Now that I’m back (and spent a good part of the day off-loading my images and organizing them), I took a quick stab at this view of one of the streets in Volterra…
Streets of Volterra
Volterra is a town that should be on everyone’s must visit list in Tuscany; it has a true charm and great variety of sites to visit all well within walking distance. From Etruscan to Roman and Renaissance, there is wonderful representation within Volterra.
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Love this. Need to spend more time looking at this later.
I agree, Karin. It’s also a nice follow-up to “Grandpa! You said a bad word!”