Random Florence

Random Florence

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This post is a collection of random pictures I have taken in Florence that don’t fit into any other blog post. The most iconic sights in Florence that you never get tired of taking pictures of are the river Arno and the Duomo.

The reflection that you get of the building in the water and the cloud formations can be spectacular.

 

 

 

 

You can catch a glimpse of the Duomo almost wherever you look in and around the center of the city.

 

The next pictures were taken at Caffe Verona on the roof of Museo degli Innocenti in Piazza della Santissima Annunciato.

One of my favorite things about Italy is being able to take Zoe almost everywhere. She always comes to lunch with me and she prefers her own seat opposed to the floor.

 

Ino is a hidden panini spot around the corner from Piazzale degli Uffizi.

After I took this picture A Crudo the very nice owner came and suggested that Zoe should sit on the cushion.

I’m with my friend Efrat and her two adorable daughters at Todo Modo, the best bookstore/caffe in Florence.

 

Zoe looks like she really wants that glass of wine.

My go to lunch is the caprese salad, and everyone does it a little different. SerreTorrigiani’s version has both mozzarella and burrata cheese. Hard to believe but this is a half order.  Another thing I love about Florencemany places let you order half portions.

Caffe Verona

I’m sorry to say I don’t remember where these next two were eaten.  I liked the addition of the olives.

I would have liked a little more basil, but the burrata instead of mozzarella always makes me happy.

It’s important to look down, otherwise you would miss this impression of Dante.

Random shrines are very plentiful in all cities of Italy  

As well as looking down you need to look up.

Long long time ago this is where you would come and get your wine.

A few months ago Prince Charles and Camilla came for a visit and I happened to be at the right place at just the right time to capture Camilla coming out of a building.

i love to see a bride and groom walking through the streets. It’s very common in Europe.  Their photographer was a few steps ahead of these couples capturing the moment.

 

I almost missed this one. A nice place to end my Post. This was fun and I hope you enjoyed it.

12 Responses

  1. colleen
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    So beautiful!

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Joann
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    Nice to see these! Ah, Florence!

  3. Barbara Agness
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    Definitely enjoy all of your posts Sally! I probably won’t ever get over there myself so your adventure is the next best thing! Beautiful photographs!

    • sally carrocino
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      Why wouldn’t you come? Travel is the best gift you could give yourself.

  4. Jacqueline
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    Thank you so much for sharing with us. 👏👏👏

  5. Denese Rhea Day
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    Oh, Sally, I love these pictures so much. And I love even more that I was with you when you took several! What a wonderful day was ours ~ and a lovely memory today.
    Hugs to you & sweet Zoe ~• xo

  6. Efrat
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    Miss you and Zoe and miss my city.

  7. Sally
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    What a simply wonderful selection of fabulous photos, so evocative. Thank you for sharing Sally.

  8. Catherine Fourrel De Frettes
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    Beautiful… xo

  9. Ellen Corradini
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    Sally, you’ve captured so well the beauty of Florence as well as the art of their cuisine. Grazie mille! And I also love that Europe welcomes our four-legged family so graciously!

  10. Charlotte
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    Thanks for sharing and they were beautiful. You are making us appreciate our trips there but also showing us lots of things we missed.

  11. Brenda
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    You are very talented. Always love your pictures.

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