CFFC: Rome’s Non-Catholic Cemetery

Cee calls and I deliver: twenty images from the Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome, a surprisingly cheerful spot, for her Fun Foto Challenge. Not just due to all the flowers. It was April after all. And I know Cee loves flowers too, especially bearded iris, that’s why there are some in all of these photos, or…

Thursday Doors, June 1 2017

Today is the day to reminisce and look at the doors through which we shall all pass one day. There will not be as many doors as is the Norm (;) unless you think of each grave as a door, and probably we should. This cemetery of Talamone is another example of how serene, almost…

Thursday Doors, May 4 2017

May the 4th be with you and welcome to the weirdest edition of Thursday Doors. A collection of Talamone doors for those who see and seek them. I blame it on “Holy Motors” which I saw yesterday. Are you SURE you want to proceed? Photo: © signature mmm For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge.

Thursday Doors, November 24

We conclude the Vetulonia trilogy with the obligatory Thursday door post. First we had a look inside the Etruscan museum, then we went outside, and now it’s door time. Plus a window, plus a cat. Plus cemetery. Some sky. Parents. It was a good day. Photo: a © signature mmm production For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors…

Goodbye, Mici

Yesterday the oldest person I knew didn’t wake up in her nursing home bed. She was 97, and the last thing I heard about her is that two guys were sweet for her. Not bad at all. She played cards deep in the old age, they say it’s good to keep this brain of ours occupied. She lived…

WPC: Ju-balance

For the first Weekly Photo Challenge on my new blog I’ve selected several images displaying a wide range of jubilance. Many of these are also forecasts of future posts. Coming up, for example: uncle’s visit to Morocco, a selection of boat photos, a visit to a shell cemetery in Slovenia, a visit to an ordinary, surprisingly uplifting cemetery…