Wednesday, November 25

waiting in the sun

It's cool. And I love how even the bright sun looks cool in November. So I planted my back against the sun baked wall of the school building and just soaked it up. I had to wait there yesterday. I didn't mind waiting. In fact, I was enjoying it so much I thought I'd try to show you why...













Seriously. I had cabbage fields to stare at outside my school. The sun that reaches into this valley in late November is absolutely sublime. Wow, what a dream.

Think Green Thanksgiving Soak it up. All the beauty in the world. Cabbage fields too. ;)

16 comments:

  1. You have a beautiful world to be thankful for, Christine. Have a happy day!

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  2. Great photos, I love that bright yellow tree.

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  3. Hi Christine,

    Love those Italian mountains! You've shared some lovely pics.

    U

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  4. Awesome ! Seems somehow appropriate for Thanksgiving.

    Thanks for sharing ! And for making Italy alluring ! ( It always was but your sharing makes it very special )

    Many thanks !

    :)

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  5. Stunning photos. Lucky you! I'm wishing you many more moments of lovely waiting.

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  6. There is something extra special about a sunny day in the fall. It seems like a real treat and look at your scenery...sigh... Lovely post for Thinking Green...Michelle

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  7. Aloha & Happy Thanksgiving, Friend!


    Comfort Spiral

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  8. Very beautiful! Breathtaking! Have a wonderful week and holiday :)

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  9. I feel I am in good company here. as you get old and teeth fall out, I also feel that a comfortable life is important. sunbathing in Italy sounds wonderful.

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  10. Beautiful pictures of a gorgeous day!

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  11. What a heavenly place you live, stunning photographs.

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  12. I love your vision - and your ability to capture such richness in the few minutes before the little ones come charging out of their class.

    We won't talk about the relatively mundane views my kids' school offers :)

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  13. I love the building with the faces on the front of it. There is quite a few building in nearby Kingston that are very old and have the same thing. I was told that they are the faces of people who lived in the house back when it was built. The other shots are very cool as well.

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  14. Amazing buildings there! I love the steeple with the multicolor shingles.

    That yellow-leaved gingko tree is just gorgeous.

    Great variations on Carmi's theme.

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