Today’s special: the second part of ancient Pitigliano doors.
You never know where Thursday Doors may lead: The first part of Pitigliano doors, which is here, inspired my Russian friend raynotbradbury to write a short play. And she promises several more, all based on my doors. Imagine if behind one of those really lived a guy named Romeo…
Last time I promised to post a photo from the town from afar which usually stirs the most sighs from first-time visitors. I have posted it often but some of you only visit my blog when there are doors, so this one is for you:
In other news, today celebrates our last year’s visitor featured below. The first half of the photos were taken last April when he was here, then there is father in a shop, and then follow some images from my last visit with uncle when we discovered a scenic route around the town (a bit wobbly in places) and caves dug in the tuff, rock formed from volcanic ash out of which the entire town is built, that make an excellent storage space.
And of course, throughout there are doors.
Photo: © signature mmm