Today’s post is a little bit special. It doesn’t happen every day that you’re completely blown away by the town where you live.
But first two doors that cheered me up lately. One was posted by Flavia for me in this post from her recent trip to the south, and the other came from my father this morning. It’s from Olimje in Slovenia and was taken in front of a chocolate shop:
And now to my doors of today. Truth be told, I don’t live up on the hill but rather in the part of town down under closer to the sea and the station, and yet: Do you know how many visitors I have taken up to Capalbio and for some reason we never climbed the tower?
Now I have, only because there was a modern art exhibition inside it, and this is the report. I’ve got more photos taken from the top of the tower, and of the many staircases it takes to climb it, and of its windows, but today the focus is on doors and doorways. It’s cute how in two cases they thought they could hide them from me.
The entrance to the tower lacks any pull for the passer-by. I haven’t even taken its photo. Small wonder that I never even peeked inside before. The surprise was considerable. Have a look for yourselves.
I can’t help but think that if I took photos like these, what someone who knows would have done with this place. So you see, Norm, you will really need to get back.