A view back to Orvieto in June in the excellent company of my three American friends.
Orvieto in Umbria, as amazing as it is, is for some reason not on everybody’s Italian radar. But those who come are far from sorry. Here I got together with the happy Italy-hopping Americans, one of which is Liz from Fetching the World who posted her doors from this day here.
The Orvieto Cathedral is a story of its own and I showed you its doors already on my previous blog, today just a reminder. I still need to see it from the inside.
The rest of the town, which is quite big to be perched on the hill like that, is charming and full of little surprises. They will wait for the next time, today some of its doors.
I had an extra hard time aligning the lines this time, so they are all over the place, but as I like to say – one day all levels will be level and boredom shall prevail.
Also I notice that I don’t wish to crop an image to make it more “correct” because I wish to show you also an ornament that would otherwise need to go, that window or this light fixture.
Also also, it was hot, in case you didn’t guess. I see that I don’t operate well in heat, and just click in autopilot and hope for the best.
Which, if you think about it, sums up life pretty well.