Such a peaceful town. I bet it’s nice to be away from city traffic noise.
What a lovely surprise to arrive at the opening and see the cathedral! Thank you for capturing and sharing, the feeling of intimacy in the dark deserted street. What a magical place you have come to call home!
Hi Aysha–good to hear from you. Thanks for commenting xxx
Thanks Jann, Thank you for bringing us back to those wonderful memories.
Ciao John–good to hear from you!
molto bella e Buona Pasqua.
Grazie, Catherine, altretanto
I like it that you obviously felt safe to walk along the deserted street alone at night, camera in hand. Wonderful to discover the oranges,and the brightly lit cathedral at the end of our stroll. Grazie.
In Southeast Sicily I feel I can walk alone anywhere night or day–never feel endangered. (As opposed to in the US when I wouldn’t walk alone at night in unpopulated places.)
Night walking is always full of suspense and mystery. I am happy to have had the chance to accompany you – if not in real time – well…virtual time will have to be good enough. Love and hugs, Sue
Jann, it was great to accompany you on your trayectory. You in your heels, me in my flip flops! I felt like we were characters in a suspense film, walking down the shadowy street, tension in the air…just wonderful!
Thanks for taking me with you on the walk. I loved it. Let’s go again sometime!
Rosann, I’ll go walkin’ with you anytime! How about a passeggiata in Roma?
Jann, it is wonderful to see you walk the steps i did in the exact same place on my sicily trip in Sept…that cathedral is lovely at night..i could hear your heels on those ancient stones you are brave and thank you for the memories, so glad you keep us all connected to life “La Dolce Vita”…
Cool that I walked in your footsteps!
Love it, Jann … the mystery of the tight, dark passageway, the oranges, the sound of heels clicking, then the large, empty, brightly lit plaza with the church sitting regally at the far end … I’ll play this whenever I need to escape the sometimes too-wide-open spaces of New Mexico.
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Grazie per la bella camminata. I loved the lemons (or were they oranges)!
A little hard to see, I know. Oranges! Grazie a te, Bonnie, for commenting.