Monday, January 3, 2011

Saint Sylvester

Terrazza Mascagni, Fanale dei Pisani, LivornoSometimes Trillian carries her camera on our walks and use it: this is a view of the “Fanale dei Pisani” from the “Terrazza Mascagni”.Bagni Pancaldi, LivornoSome clouds reflected in a pool of the deserted “Bagni Pancaldi”, one of our oldest and most popular seaside resorts.

Search labels: Terrazza Mascagni
See also: Fanale dei Pisani - Terrazza Mascagni - Tiles - Balustrades - Whitecaps - At the “Terrazza” - Theme Day: Postcard-worthy - Beyond the Balustrade

15 comments:

ρομπερτ said...

There's even a small heart, reflecting the sky above. May time and life continue to treat you all kind.

Please have a good start into the new week.

daily athens

Farmchick said...

The first picture is very stunning, visually.

Randy said...

I agree with Farmchick this is very stunning indeed. Have a good Monday!

Small City Scenes said...

Gorgeous pictures. I do think the first one is exceptional. I like the reflections in the pools in the second.
St. Sylvester's feast day is/was New Years Eve---but I suppose you knew that. MB

VP said...

@ MB - Our New Year's Eve is a working day (in theory). It's commonly called San Silvestro (St. Sylvester).

Kaori said...

Are the clouds in the reflection of the pool real? Or are clouds painted inside? It's lovely either way ;-D

brattcat said...

Trillian, you have such a good eye.

Dina said...

Please, Trillian, carry your camera on EVERY walk. These pictures are so lovely.

Traveling Hawk said...

Very nice, Trillian! I like the lighthouse there.

JM said...

Congratulations, Trillian! What a wonderful perspective on top.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello dear friends VP and Trillian
First of all we want to wish you a lovely 2011!
These pictures are wonderful, congrats to Trillian!I specially love the reflection at the second one, it's beautiful indeed!
Hugs from Luxembourg
Léia

VP said...

@ Kaori - The clouds are real, the water was absolutely still.

Francisca said...

Nice, Trillian... super compositions both, yet the top is slightly favored. :-)

J Bar said...

These are awesome shots.

Jack said...

Compliments to Trillian. The first photo, in particular, is a lovely combination of circles, lines and rectangles.