Friday, May 18, 2007

in Corso Francia


Back !!! Unfortunately since Tuesday (15th) I couldn't update my DP due a lack of ADSL connection to the net. Fortunately now, everything seems to work properly.

Another example of Liberty style on which Torino is fortunately rich . I'll publish more photos of this house that I love really so much. It's in Francia boulevard on the corner with via Principi d'Acaja. Pasteled pink with some blue glass.... A jewel.


Rieccomi !!! Sfortunatamente sin da Martedì 15 non ho potuto effettuare alcun aggiornamento del mio Daily Photo Blog per via della mancanza di connessione alla rete ADSL. Fortunatamente oggi sembra che tutto sia tornato come prima.

Un altro esempio di stile Liberty in ordine al quale Torino è fortunatamente ricca. Pubblicherò ancora fotografie di questa casa che amo particolarmente. E' sita sull'angolo tra corso Francia e via Principi d'Acaja. Rosa pastello con vetri blu... Un gioiello.
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16 comments:

jules said...

Very Art Nouveau. I love all the details, delicate iron work. I hadn't heard of Liberty Style before, looked it up and realized it's the same.

Glad you liked the book link.

Kate said...

I'm glad that you're back! The sky is beautiful in your photo. Ready to hop in bed right now and curl up with a book about Italy.

pusa said...

welcome back!

just wondering if the swirling clouds is caused by a passing jet or something, its beautiful

Nazzareno said...

Un gioiello! Semplice (per essere un liberty)ed elegante al tempo stesso. Quello sbuffo di nuvole, invece, è il tuo tocco artistico.
P.S. Bentornato (ci mancavi!)

angela said...

Nice angle and the building is gorgeous..
Angela

Annie said...

The windows and balconies are so attractive in this colored facade. It would be a pleasure to sit and look at this house for a hour or two, as the light of day changes.

Thank you for your comments about graduation ceremonies in the U.S. I think it is useful to have ceremonies such as these, to mark accomplishments, to herald endings and new beginnings. However that particular graduation was marred by very loud acoustics from the podium and noisy air horns from the crowd.

Abraham Lincoln said...

It is a beautiful photograph of a very pretty house. I like this one a lot and your explanation of it is a delight to read.

Thank you too for your visits to my blog.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

Dina said...

I really think that these buildings are beautiful and like us you seem to be having glorious sky!! nice weekend

phlegmfatale said...

The vapor trail in the sky above this structure looks like some kind of flourish-- like a banner or something - nice!

Jing said...

welcome welcome back
:DD
when i got the problems of net connection...i was so worried, even wanted to let the sign go through my body...:DD

well.now it works ok. thx god.

nice weekend.
jing

underneath said...

Interesting blog. Keep up the good work.

Zsolt said...

I love this photo..and not only the sky but the sun and shadows on the building!

Nikon said...

Great shot! I like the vapor trail in the sky - it looks like smoke is coming from a fireplace.

Aloha said...

Such a lovely place, what a nice photo. It looks like you could just take a nice big slice of it onto your plate, like a beautiful cake. Mahalo for sharing your beatiful city...

Kalyan said...

WoW...a beautifully captured shot!
& btw I have taken note of your last comment on my blog & am inspired by it.

albi said...

bella davvero, se passo vedro' di non farmela scappare.
grazie per il commento ed il link ricambio con gran piacere.buona settimana