Monday, December 22, 2008

Borgo Medievale

From Po riverside: Borgo Medievale with snow. HERE <--- a previous photo when it was lit up during Torino 2006 Winter Olympic Games.

Dall'altra sponda del Po: il Borgo Medievale con la neve. QUI <--- una precedente fotografia di quando venne illuminato durante i Giochi Olimpici Invernali di Torino 2006.
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10 comments:

Virginia said...

I'm first or primo or something! This is such a wonderful winter shot . Love the BW and the snow. Great one Fabrizio!
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Hilda said...

So different from the October post! I think I actually like this much better than the colorful lights. The perfect winter photograph.

Lindab said...

This is very tantalizing, Fabrizio. You keep showing places we didn't manage to see on our visit to Turin. The Borgo Medievale was high up on the list, but we ran out of time. It looks wonderful in the snow.

Tanya said...

A winter wonderland Fabrizio! Merry Christmas :)

Saretta said...

Beautiful black and white shot Fabrizio. Grazie per gli auguri di natale! Ricambio di cuore! E grazie anche per la fedeltà a "amid the olive trees" che ho temporaneamente abandonato...solo perchè sto facendo un grosso lavoro e non ho tempo...ma lo riprenderò più in là, te lo prometto! Come si dice da queste parti, tante belle cose!

b.c. said...

Hi Fabrizio, that's a beautiful winter scene, I like the black and white very much...

I hope you have a wonderful time with your family and loves ones over the holidays! Best wishes always.

babooshka said...

Exquisite just delightful.

MmeBenaut said...

I adore it! Something about beautiful European winter scenes always spells Christmas to me.

lunarossa said...

Bellissimo, Fabrizio, sembra un paesaggio da fiaba. Cari saluti ed auguri di buone feste da Antonella.

Kris said...

I can only apologise for cutting and pasting this comment, but there was no way on Earth I would be able to make it around the whole globe to wish everybody a Merry Christmas otherwise. It pains me to admit that I am a mere mortal and that the magical elves on my staff have little respect for my authority (let alone my preference for minimum wage). Consequently, all they seem to do is sit around drinking beer, playing cards and throwing rocks at the reindeer!

Anyway, from myself, Henry and Ezra, have a Merry Christmas/Winter Solstice/Hanukkah/Festivus and a happy New Year!

I hope that all of your holiday photos turn out to be triumphs, and may your stocking be stuffed full of lots of tasty treats and not coal, that all your soufflés rise as you would like, and that all of your presents are free of lead-based paint!