Monday, February 20, 2012

Via Edda Fagni

Office building, via Edda Fagni, LivornoA detail of an office building in “Via Edda Fagni”, in the “Porta a mare” (Gate to the Sea) area.Yellow daisies, via Edda Fagni, LivornoA gentler and more natural tone at street level...

See also: Porta a mare - The Two Towers

20 comments:

Robert Geiss said...

The flowers are probably brighter than any sun. Please have a good new week ahead.

Theanne said...

no matter which photo I look at I'm soaking up the color!

Steffe said...

That is an unusual mix of photos. It will be a while before I can shoot something similar to the second photo.

Michelle said...

I like the pattern of the top photo.

Kate said...

I like both vertical and horizontal lines in your photos, esp. the top. The flowers in the bottom soften the lines.

Jack said...

These two photos relate well together. The top is blocks of color and vertical-horizontal lines in sharp focus, and your bottom repeats the geometry in soft focus with a single bright and sharp flower. Very nicely paired, VP.

Randy said...

Beautiful flowers!

cieldequimper said...

It is too cold for this here. After a week of 10° we are back to -2° at night... I like the colours and lines in the first shot.

Nori said...

A good sample of color combination!

Traveling Hawk said...

I like both photos, so different! The first one for composition and colors; the second one for the delicate flower.

Kaori said...

It looks like spring is close! Love those bright flowers :D

joo said...

I like the details, but flowers are the balm for my eyes:)

Luis Gomez said...

Bright lovely colors VP.

JM said...

Great yellow and lovely shot.

EG Wow said...

l Iove seeing those flowers!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Colourful shots both VP, the daises are delightful, spring is on it's way I think!!

Dina said...

Bright colors brighten our life.
Thanks!

LeenaH said...

I just jumped to Wikipedia and read the page of Livorno :) Interesting!
I have visited a grave area of Etruscan from Rome towards Livorno some years ago and i have been driving from Garda to Firenze many years ago :)
Beautiful, so beautiful Italy!!
Last summer we cruised from Corsica to Civitavecchia and visited again Rome. you said in one comment that it is a big tragedy, if Italy get snow, I understand that but it was almost disaster
when it was the hottest day of last summer in Rome when we were there and I am totally unprepared to hotness :)) I just felt I am dying in the street of Rome. But I love Rome :)

Madge Bloom said...

Love those bright yellow daisies...

Gunn said...

I just got a feeling of SPRING, looking at your posting.