This is what I wish to Amanda and Sandy, the new FF host, and to all of you: neverending Friendly Fridays in a row.
Welcome back, Friendly Friday photo challenge! For the first theme this year
Amanda calls . all in a row
It took me such a long time to post this post, but not just because this weekend
we were tourists. I had a lovely visitor, blogger Flavia, who has just moved her content to a new blog and posted the view from Capalbio on the hill above my home. Visitors make you see things more clearly. It is gorgeous!
The other reason was that I was swamped with photos of things in a row and couldn’t decide which ones to post, as is my habit. Finally I settled on these thirty images.
I sense that thirty photos per post might become my new norm instead of former twenty if I’m not careful.
But where is the editor now to tell me to lose ten of these?? Nowhere in sight, that’s where. I’m my own Mexcessive editor and I love my job.
Next Friday we meet at
The Sandy Chronicles. Let your every day be a friendly Friday!
And row? In a now!
I have many photos of birds on a wire but this one might be the favourite. I have plenty of these geese, my neighbours, as well. They always sound so urgent and upset with me for not paying attention to their warnings. Beach life in Tuscany. A sudden crossing in Arboretum Volčji Potok near Ljubljana. This is now. In rows by species at the Orbetello lagoon: pink to the left, black to the right. Also there at the end of the day. Not in straight rows, better this way. Bosco della Patanella by the lagoon gets a beautiful sunset. More rows in lower Tuscany in March. Right there in June. Cypress trees are often in a row. Next to the San Galgano Abbey. A vineyard near Siena. There are rows and rows of them. Green doors in a row. Somebody knew I would be born one day and pass here. Saline di Tarquinia. Also there. One of my favourite photos. A row on a Roman fence. Reason? A woman with bread was passing. They know what she does. Also in Rome, at Campo de’ Fiori. Not clear about the meaning or purpose of this display. Yes, you will end up on social media. Carnevaletto da tre soldi 2019, Orbetello. Father in a row. Via Slovenia, Grosseto. (Yes, we went there only due to the street name.) Possibly my favourite kind of row: door to door. Massa Marittima. The last Slovenians I’ve seen around here. September 2019. Four girls from Prekmurje returning home from Terme di Saturnia. That time when I went to Slovenia by FlixBus. Can you see it pretending to be a truck? Door to door, Slovenia-style. Kamnik. Exhibition Parallel Worlds, by Alan Hranitelj. Ljubljana Castle, summer 2019. October in Tivoli Park, Ljubljana. Rows of photographs on display along the Jakopič Promenade. A detail of the sculpture Faces by Jakov Brdar, Ključavničarska St., Ljubljana. Dare to guess? Most probably a vet. Ljubljana. Memorial to Russian soldiers at the Žale Cemetery, Ljubljana (partial). And here rest Italian soldiers. Žale Cemetery. A much better kind of rows. Filled tomatoes with potatoes, by amore. Or this. Blogging leads to biscuits via doors. Norm’s cookies in Capalbio. They were as good as they look. As cards are laid out in a row, so are poems in April, 30 days in a row. And then my parents gifted me my own poems in a book, two years in a row. So thoughtful. This year again?
Friendly Friday Photo Challenge hosted by Amanda from Something to Ponder About: All in a row