I’ve always been uneasy photographing strangers face-to-face as they always don’t like it. But in Sicily, they seem to have an open mind about it and that’s why, I think, this is the perfect place to master Street Photography!
Showing me his catch of the day
Dried tomatoes…perfect for pizza and pasta!
She was so glad I was photographing her flowers!
It’s the City of Baroque. It’s the place in Sicily I have always looked forward to visit… and finally we are here! I am just blown away marvelling at the staggering architecture of this magical city built around giant rocks and connected by stepped alleys.
I invite you to see why I just adore Italy.. and find out why Ragusa is listed as a Unesco World Heritage site.
Ragusa Ibla is a gem of a place…
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These grotesque figures are supposed to guard a house against bad spirits. Well, they don’t have to try hard.
Ooopppssss…. the evil spirits might stay, I think
The church’s name?…. it’s Chiesa delle Santissime Anime del Purgatorio
(Church of the Souls of Purgatory)
Next: The Stairs
This pre-lunch apero of mixed snacks and two refreshing bottles of Messina beer costs us only 3.60euros! We love it!
This is the flower I always look forward to every Springtime.
It needs a support where it can crawl around higher and wider
and it gives a shower of divine blooms for up to a hundred years!
When are you going to milk them?” – I asked the boy in my broken Italian
“Dopodomani” (after tomorrow) – he answered —
The sight of oranges and lemons around Sicily makes me cry with delight!