My life

My life today in five images: two from the very beginning of the 200+ photos and three from the very end taken in Pomarance, a town we visited exclusively for its name: in my language it means “Oranges”.

In between there were two firsts: Castiglioncello on the coast just under Livorno and impressive Volterra inland. More from there in the future.

Photo: a © signature mmm production

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  1. Joanne Sisco says:

    A town named Oranges? I would have felt compelled to check it out too 🙂

    An another lovely gallery of photos!

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    1. Thank you, Joanne! 🙂 It caught my eye on the map when I moved here, three years ago, and now I had a chance to visit it, after a slight earthquake just around there last week. I decided to stop checking out earthquake reports in the neighbourhood. I’ll know it if it happens. :p

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      1. Joanne Sisco says:

        Hahaha! Earthquakes are like that! I think I’d be rather unnerved by one though.

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  2. What great captures, Manja. The ‘my life’ and ‘me and you’ or really extraordinary graffitis which carry a very special feeling.

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    1. Thank you, Markus. I’m always glad when what I do speaks to you. I love Italians for this reason too: they love to get their love out. 🙂

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  3. Pomarance in Polish is Pomarańcze 😀

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    1. Hehe, so you might be tempted to go there too… but it’s not truly necessary, believe me. 🙂 Or maybe we just didn’t find the best spots. (Actually, in Slovenian it’s ‘pomaranče’; č = pronounced ch)

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      1. Both are slovian languages, so there many similarities between them.

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      2. I wonder if we could understand each other without English. I think yes. To test, the same in my language: Zanima me, ali bi se razumeli tudi brez angleščine. Mislim, da bi se. 🙂

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      3. And in Polish: Ciekawe, czy byśmy się zrozumiały bez angielskiego. Myślę, że tak 😀

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      4. Yeah, zrozumiały bez angielskiego! 😀

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  4. Oh gosh, look at that Tuscan scenery and those Italian romantics! 😍

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    1. Oh yes, SMSW, that’s true about them, you can see it everywhere. Not bad at all, for a lifetime. 🙂

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