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Capalbio, Tuscany Part #4
Around here the last week of January is right around the time when we really start looking forward to warmer days again. Between late January and early March those who are able to take time off and can afford it, hop on a plane and travel south to someplace sunny and warm for a week or two to keep from going stir crazy.
For those who can’t but have blogs, well we shake off the winter blues by dipping into our archives and tapping into some warm fond memories of previous trips.
With that in mind here are the last of my doors from our time in the hilltop town of Capalbio in south western Tuscany. In case you missed the previous posts from there you can see Part 1 here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here.
You’ll find 2 of our 3 hosts in this image.
Yes that’s Manja taking a reflection shot of me while I’m taking a reflection shot of her. What’s that painting that’s an image of a reflection of an image that’s a reflection of an image that’s…well you get the picture 😉
The rest of these are just a continuation of the series of lovely find from this secluded little ancient town.
Some a classy.
Some are weathered and worn.
But they all seem to have their own unique character, unlike anything I’ve ever seen here in North America.
That’s it for this time. Thanks for coming along on the tour.
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