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Pitigliano, Mon Amour – Part #1
Oh goodie, more Italian doors!
No folks I’m not quite done with the incredible quantity of doors I captured during our time in Italy last fall.
One of my favourite discoveries during the all-too-brief time we spent visiting with Manja in Tuscany was the town of Pitigliano.
Perched on a hilltop made of volcanic rock, the ancient town has so much charm that I instantly fell in love with the place.
The fact that there was an over-abundance of wonderful old and new doors worth capturing, simply sealed the deal.
And when it wasn’t the doors themselves that caught my eye it was the unique hardware.
A Fiat in a doorway? Gee, what country could this be? 😉
We walked around the village for a few hours and literally everywhere we turned, there was reason to stop and capture doors.
Stay tuned, I’ll have a few more from this wonderful town next week too 🙂
As always, thanks for stopping in 🙂
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