Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Italy was filled with beautiful doors, but this one above has to be one of my favorites. I thought the birds were quite appropriate since the house was in Assisi.
I found this wall in the Assisi train station. I think everyone there thought I was crazy for taking pictures of a wall, but I really thought that the transitions from black to white were interesting.
This was taken from the top of the Campanille in Florence. The building with the blue dome in the background is the synagogue. I found this picture interesting just because of the juxtaposition in size of the two buildings of worship. The Duomo dominates while the synagogue in the background is so small - of course I love the complimentary colors as well.
The above picture was taken in the graveyard of San Miniato which is just past Piazza Michelangelo. The cemetery was one of my favorite places in all of Florence. This is just another example of how art is not only found in museums.