OH Fabrizio,I am a shopper of useless things and would love to come to Torino to buy more! I love your night photography. IT always looks so inviting .
I love night photography, too. And yours is so gorgeous. I want to walk right into this photograph!
Ma è divertente comprare le cose inutili ogni tanto, no?! ;-)
Adoro girare tra le bancarelle di cose inutili!
This is just lovely, Fabrizio - and like all your photographs, so much detail when clicked to enlarge. Love all the detail, the atmosphere, the lighting. And a good weekend to you too.
Bella! And tks for the yesterday's tribute to Pininfarina.......and so an era passes.
It would be a pleasure to stroll through the streets of your city, recognizing all the buildings and locations that you have so beautifully shown us on your blog. Buying "useless things" would be a pleasure, too!!
How different a scene can look by day and by night. My kind of night scene, fine dining and good company.
ah , gli italiani capiscono piu che i inglesi l'importanza di passeggiare.... anche forse e megliore passeggiare senza tutto la pioggia che abbiamo qui...
Sometimes just looking at pretty things is enough, especially in a street scene as lovely as this. I think I have enough things, both useful and useless. But, a glass of wine at one of those tables - that I could use.
Shopaholics? It is me :) I see, In Torino party is for ever and ever :)
Very Venice like! I was there last week and in Lignano, on the way to Venice I believe I passed by torino....but never got the chance to take photos...please check some photos I posted at www.trainshots.blogspot.com to help me identify if it actually is torino or another part of italy..thanks!Great nightshot! The street scene is so alive even at that hour there!
@Virginia, Saretta, Tracciadoppia, Kate and Lavinka, I was quite sure that most of you would have replied in this way. I must admit that who's writing (me) is shopaholic too ;-)Really thank you to everyone !!!@Chuck, you have moved me....@mirage, I replied on your blog.
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