Saturday, January 31, 2009

A misty sunset

A wonderful sunset taken from Murazzi. At right: Monte dei Cappuccini. Small in the background: Basilica di Superga. In foreground: the longest Italian river: Po. --- Have a wonderful weekend !

Uno stupendo tramonto preso dai Murazzi. Alla destra: il Monte dei Cappuccini. Piccola sullo sfondo: la Basilica di Superga. In primo piano: il fiume italiano più lungo: il Po. --- Buon fine settimana !
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12 comments:

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

Grazie a dgali e lunarossa per la segnalazione. Purtroppo blogspot+picasa ogni tanto non vanno d'accordo né ora mi ha permesso la correzione.

Sally left the comment below on the photo I published yesterday that didn't work: week in a newspaper travel section here, the delighs of the "hidden gem" of northern Italy - Torino, were being extolled. Well, I think they must have been looking at your blog!
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Virginia said...

The River Po. I think I know! What a beautiful scene. And thank you again for the photos. I love them!!!
V

Saretta said...

Buon weekend to you too, Fabrizio!

mikeacoyle said...

A view which is close to my heart.

Walker said...

Looks so peaceful.

Lindab said...

How lovely to see this in winter. I've only seen it in spring, but it is just as beautiful here.

gil said...

hello friend!....would you mind if we xlinks?....my link is,http://etherealheaven.blogspot.com...just feel free to check it out...take care friend ^_^

Babooshka said...

This has he delicate atmosphere of one the great Italian Painters.

Jilly said...

Beautiful misty quality to this with wonderful colours and such an atmosphere. I can hear the violins...

Kia said...

Ciao Fabrizio, what a wonderful blog you have! :) Beautiful photos! :) Glad my hubby can learn more about Torino that's to you.

Tanya said...

Beautiful Fabrizio! Hope you are having a great weekend :)

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

Thank you to everyone. I'm happy you like it.

@Kia, you have a great site and I'm guessing you both come from Torre Mondovì. Right? ;-)