Friendly Friday in transit

No, not yet, but soon. Slovenia awaits, but today’s photos are from the early days of discovering Italy.

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As I’m waiting for my sister to come, fetch bestia and me, and take us to our other home in another country, here is a collection of photos taken in some sort of transit or another.

I do believe that people add a dimension to your photos and Sandy, our Friendly Friday host for this week, does this beautifully. Her theme is In-transit.

All fine, it’s just that neither I nor my camera people-watch much. I prefer to let them be, just as I’d prefer they let me pass unobserved.

The last pants that I’ve bought have such a pattern that you can’t stare at them for more than a few seconds.

Thus it’s not surprising that there are only my people in today’s photos, except in one that is not even mine but has been borrowed from my father. As many other tricks, I’m sure.

All of these photos, which in one way or another reply to this transitory theme, are from 2013 and 2014, my first two years in Italy (which also means that they were taken with my first digital camera, a bulky Canon).

Let’s see how it was back then.

For Friendly Friday Photo Challenge hosted by The Sandy Chronicles: In-transit

31 thoughts on “Friendly Friday in transit

    1. Oh, yes, I remember your Pitigliano photos, Sue. You are one of the few bloggers I’ve encountered who know of it and have been there. 🙂 Thank you, always a great pleasure to see it again. And the car is a Morgan, good to know.

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  1. First time in the snow?! Aaaaah, you mild, mild Tuscanians. I worry for climate warming and, especially, for cars with no handbrake lever. How will kids learn to drift on snow and ice without a handbrake to pull!?

    By the way, the GRA photo reminded me of this (it works if you know Guzzanti or Venditti):

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