Posts Tagged ‘photography’

ponte vecchio on the arno by Annette White

Italy Loving Bloggers Share Their Best Photos

Italy is full of beautiful places, more than anyone can visit in a lifetime. So Italian Talks decided to ask Italy loving bloggers to each share a photo from Italy and write a few words about why [...]

Feature Image Lake Como Photo by Michael David

‘Lake Como – Elegant in Monochrome’

I first visited Lake Como around 12 years ago with my late wife, Liz. We were captivated from the moment we first glimpsed the mountains and enticing lake as we made our way down to the shores of [...]

Sicily Photo by Michael David

Impressions of Sicily

A few years ago I visited Sicily, an island of history, architecture, stunning landscapes – and of course, Mount Etna. As soon as I got off the plane, Sicily’s warm, scented air assailed my [...]

The Grand Canal Venice Photo by Michael David

Impressions of Venice

Venice continues to enchant visitors from across the globe with its unique geography, fascinating history, elegant facades and palaces – and of course, the iconic Grand Canal. I returned to [...]

Baglioni Why I Love London

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Baglioni Hotels asked me why I love London. It sounds like such a easy question but I had so many answers to give as London is simply that special. And why did they ask this question? Baglioni [...]

Photo by Bob Hill

Venice – A City of Visual Beauty

The beauty of Venice has inspired artists, writers and lovers over the centuries and it continues to inspire just as powerfully in modern times. My first view of the city was from a small boat [...]

EXPO MILAN -PHOTO BY MARGIE MIKLAS

20 Italy Bloggers Share Favorite Photos of Milan

The world’s attention is focused on Milan as  more than 20 million visitors are expected for EXPO 2015 between May 1st and October 31st. Italian Talks asked Italy bloggers and photographers [...]

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Rome – A City of Visual Art

All of the world's major cities have art galleries of various distinction but when you visit Rome, it quickly becomes evident that Rome itself is probably the world's greatest gallery of visual art.

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