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Pitigliano, Mi Amore – Part #2
Note: I’m travelling for the next few days so it may take me even longer than usual to get around to everyone’s post this week.
Picking up where we left off last week, from what I had seen and heard about the place, I was expecting a lot from Pitigliano long before we got there. All the same the beauty of this village far surpassed my expectations.
Of all the places I’d revisit if were to go back to this part of the of the world again, this town would be near the top of the list.
As I mentioned last week, the town is perched on the top of a hill. For the more adventurous there’s a walkway, with a sturdy guardrail, that goes around the outside walls of the town.
It gives visitors a unique look at hilltop life and the potential dangers of sleepwalking 😉
Once you’re inside the town however, it just gets prettier and prettier.
All the narrow street and alleyways make for close quarters and lots of play for photography buffs who like messing about with light and shadows.
If some of these look familiar to any of you door regulars, it may be because some of these beauties have shown up on Manja’s blog at various times as well.
But it is always fun and fascinating to take a look at the same subject seen through someone else’s eyes: different angle, different lighting, different perspective. It’s what makes life all the much more interesting, no?
I’ve got one more batch of Pitigliano doors for left to share in an upcoming post but in the meantime, as always I thank you for stopping in 🙂
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