In the spirit of drawing things to a close on this blog, here is the final selection of images for my Calendar 2017. Okay, two. As you could see and take a peek at my new blog yesterday, with the new year this one is about … Continue reading Complete Calendar 2017
Let’s see what all can get twisted. In some cases it’s more literal, such as here. A school bus that walks in Rome.
Some vegetables are more twisted than others.
A twisted Porto Ercole harbour scene.
This scene looks like a twister was here.
Man makes it straight, nature makes it twisted.
Man can make it twisted too, or better, rounded. What are those figures up to? (San Bruzio monastery ruins)
Why are these naked children or angels carrying so much?
A twisted tailed women fountain in Tuscania.
She doesn’t seem all that happy.
This one is more relaxed, even though her spine is twisted.
May: Another Tuscania twisted statue. Is it an egret?
Bestia is a twisted bundle of joy.
Tongue and tail twister.
I might consufe “rounded” and “twisted”. Tuscania.
To Orvieto now. St Patrick’s Well first on a photo…
…and then for real. A double helix staircase leads down and up.
The small well next to the big well: Twist his nose and drink.
The view of Orvieto Scalo from the well: One track twists to allow for the trains to stop, while the fast trains can rush by on the other.
On the last day of last May: It’s twisted how yellow it was already! This year is completely different, nice and green.
May: A proper bowl twister: amore making carbonara.
In a simple twist of fate, the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is coming to an end. The last theme will be posted this Wednesday. In another, I felt an emptiness inside to which I just could not relate. Not only have I been an (almost) … Continue reading WPC: Simple twists of May 2017