It’s Farnese doors, part four. These took eight minutes to take. The last door photo in this town was taken two hours later. I did spend some time on lunch, but picture all the door posts still to come.
No matter how much I’d sworn to take only pictures of the doors that really deserved it, I got jumped and swallowed by a town, once again. And now I just cannot make myself to make a selection. Why should I? We have all these Thursdays to fill.
Plus, they are all pretty doors and they draw a picture of Flavia and me rushing through this town almost a month ago, the last time we saw each other.
She is looking up for windows, getting hungry, I’m looking straight for doors, and left – oh, an arch – and right – oh, a dog! And on – ahh, a cat behind bars! So you can see exactly how being swallowed by an Italian medieval town feels like. (Or maybe even older than that.) ((This is to say that Flavia sees more – all this and windows too.))
As I’m getting this post ready (in Word), the internet connection has been down all day. And since yesterday Tuscany is an orange zone as well (Lazio and Rome are still yellow), meaning all bars and restaurants are closed and I’m not to leave my municipality. Okay, no lagoon I can handle, no meals and drinks easily, no friends or family barely, but no internet?
(ADD-IT: The line was down all day but now I can finally post my doors.)
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