Ambience sounds like one of those words with a simpler synonym evoking too expensive restaurants, and something without which there is no photo.
But first let’s jump around the last week on my blog. I came from my New Year’s visit to Slovenia but haven’t resettled yet. There were:
- plenty of names that I found around me in Slovenia for last week’s Weekly Photo Challenge;
- two Monday windows from Ljubljana and one from back home in Tuscany;
- a lesson about our biggest fear and how it stares us in the face;
- the first part of sister went to Asia and let me choose and edit her photos from Thailand and Laos;
- 13 Ljubljana doors on Thursday;
- and yesterday my funk spilt out in the shape of some babble, one film and one optimistic thought.
Since I heard somewhere that people should not be judged by their productivity (somebody is watching me!), today just two photos in one ambience.
Italy has always provided ambience when I needed it. And this assemblage symbolises it: good coffee, free entry and enjoyment on every step. Just something is missing, or better someone:
There you go.
And the rub? These photos were not taken in Italy at all but in Cankarjeva Street in the middle of Ljubljana, Slovenia, on my last day there. Somebody knows me indeed.
Photo: © signature mmm
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Ambience