Sunday, August 28, 2011

Coral Girls

Piazza Grande, LivornoThe “Coral Girls” are walking in “Piazza Grande”. The porticos on the left are still the same, the ones on the right were rebuilt after the last war.Coral Girls, In Tuscany by Montgomery Carmichael, Livorno
“Coral Girls” by Pietro Rossini (circa 1900)

See also: In Tuscany - Leghorn “la Cara” - A Levantine Trader - The Majesty of the Law - What Delays the Letters

12 comments:

Lois Evensen said...

How very cool! I just love the old/new comparisons! Wonderful. :)

Luis Gomez said...

Love it VP, this is so cool when you do this.

Jack said...

That is it, VP. You have the right place. This series is good.

Kaori said...

The Coral Girls look like they are having a great day! I love their skirts. I can still imagine them walking down the same spot today from your photo :D

Randy said...

Those are so beautiful. What classics.

Dina said...

The girls seem so happy to be in the Piazza Grande. I don't blame them.

brattcat said...

Love this post, VP!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Love the 'then and now' series VP, always amazes me how little changes!!

cieldequimper said...

Again, you managed to get the perfect shot without cars or Vespas!

Birdman said...

Say CHEESE!

Halcyon said...

Wow! It hardly seems to have changed at all. I love these timewarp comparisons. :D

JM said...

Yes, I've noticied the porticos on the right are different. Very cool girls! :-)