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Monday, 22 February 2010

Adrift

Four degrees at 8:30am, and sunny by lunchtime.


In my world it sometimes seems as if this 1,000-year-old village is adrift on a sea of azure mist, water below, the mountains impossibly distant shadows beyond.

For more images of Carmine Superiore, Lago Maggiore and beyond, visit The Carmine Superiore Picture Gallery. For more beautiful pictures from around the world, visit My World!


6 comments:

ladyfi said...

A blissful shot - almost celestial.

antigoni said...

Very romantic photo. Love it. Excellent work.

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

So beautiful... calm, serene and all that I'd love to be surrounded by right now - oops, here comes the green-eyed-monster ;-)

Emily said...

Gorgeous picture, mysterious and romantic. It was actually *hot* in Sicily today. I think I got a sunburn!

Mark Kreider said...

Anything to do with the coast and water is aces in my book.

Woodman said...

Another lovely photograph. Hope you got it on film as well.

Monday, 22 February 2010

Adrift

Four degrees at 8:30am, and sunny by lunchtime.


In my world it sometimes seems as if this 1,000-year-old village is adrift on a sea of azure mist, water below, the mountains impossibly distant shadows beyond.

For more images of Carmine Superiore, Lago Maggiore and beyond, visit The Carmine Superiore Picture Gallery. For more beautiful pictures from around the world, visit My World!


6 comments:

ladyfi said...

A blissful shot - almost celestial.

antigoni said...

Very romantic photo. Love it. Excellent work.

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

So beautiful... calm, serene and all that I'd love to be surrounded by right now - oops, here comes the green-eyed-monster ;-)

Emily said...

Gorgeous picture, mysterious and romantic. It was actually *hot* in Sicily today. I think I got a sunburn!

Mark Kreider said...

Anything to do with the coast and water is aces in my book.

Woodman said...

Another lovely photograph. Hope you got it on film as well.