Monday, 13 February 2017

Wot, no Campari?


The following photos were taken in and around the town of San Candido in the Italian Tirol. I was over there for a few days in January. And it was, as always in Italy, simply lovely. Bellissimo!

The snow-sculptured cyclist reminds us that primavera is just around the corner!  

Tap Water

Waterfall

Lake's Dark Depths

Avanti Giro d'Italia!

Musica

Tre Cime

Amici



12 comments:

  1. I love the tap; like a ballerina. The bicycle reminds me of, well, bicycles. The man and the man are the sign that life is life and goes on to enjoy.

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    1. I always enjoy the Dolomites and South Tyrol. It's a magical place. There will be great scenery to see on TV when the 100th Giro rides through. Try and catch a glimpse.

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  2. It seems to me that the old friend you bumped in to has a certain frozen expression around him. He looks kind enough, not much conversation but perhaps a kindred soul to share a beer with, he doesn't look like the red wine type!! The pictures are absolutely stunning, Gwil, what a lovely scenery!!!!

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    1. We enjoyed a beer and schnapps tête-à-tête.

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  3. L'acqua di rubinetto and the cascate are bellissime! Troppo freddo for Campari!
    Excellent wood sculptureS ;)
    Greetings Maria x

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    1. You're right about it being cold. We ran in the snow and they gave us not Campari but tea and doughnuts! My wooden friend is a solid chap, well made too. Ciao, G.

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  4. __ L'immaginazione ci porta in avanti

    three peaks
    its draw to every eye
    musico falco
    _m

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  5. Fabulous pictures. How can I leave a comment on your running blog?

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    1. Thanks. Re running comments: Please try. If there's a problem please let me know. I think it's OK.

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