Pompeii, Italy: Just Ticking Away the Moments, Kicking Around on a Piece of Ground

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Time Click the link at the end of this sentence to listen to Pink Floyd while reading this post (It will help).  Pink Floyd at Pompeii Warning: Non-Pink Floyd fans may have difficulty with this post. A Pink Floyd Place Pompeii screams: “Time – Your moments on this rock are ticking away, don’t fritter and waste the […]

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Rome: Not So Different After All of These Years

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Putting Rome into Perspective Of course Rome is different. Ancient Roman structures still stand all over the city. There’s the Forum, the Coliseum, the Pantheon, massive fountains, and great piazzas. We don’t really have anything like that in our little town in Arizona (Clarkdale) unless you count Tuzigoot, which is impressive, but not Rome-impressive. It […]

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Florence, Italy By Foot: A Double Photo Walk? Who Thought That Was A Good Idea?

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Tourists, Tourists Everywhere Florence is a photographer’s dream. Incredibly unique and beautiful architecture, sculptures, fountains, and people of all shapes, sizes, and cultures, all waiting for that special moment to be captured. Realizing the scope of the adventure, Carrie booked a photo walk tour through Airbnb’s experience feature. The experience is basically a half day event […]

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Tuscany, Italy – Pelago Comune: A Not So Divine Comedy

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We’ve all seen the beautiful photographs of the sunbathed Tuscan hillsides, replete with vineyard after vineyard. But Tuscany is more than just a pretty face, it’s also the birthplace of some of the greatest minds and artists of all time; Leonardo da Vinci, Niccolo Machiavelli, Lorenzo de’ Medici, Galileo Galilei, and of course Dante Alighieri, […]

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