Catania al Notte: Churches, Cathedrals, Christmas Lights

Ciao a tutti, Having been to Cataina several times now (it`s only an hour`s bus-ride away from my temporary home in Siracusa), I`ve been dying to try to capture the unique city`s energy and history. Now a lively university town, Catania follows a very interesting history because of its close-proximity to Mount Etna, currently one…Read more Catania al Notte: Churches, Cathedrals, Christmas Lights

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Photography 101: Swarm

I’ll be posting a photo every day (or at least I’ll try to) for the month of November as part of The Daily Post‘s Photography 101 online workshop. Each day, we are given a new challenge to interpret through our own photography. Found this silly little group of ladies just moments after discovering the day's challenge was…Read more Photography 101: Swarm

Photography 101: Architecture

I’ll be posting a photo every day (or at least I’ll try to) for the month of November as part of The Daily Post‘s Photography 101 online workshop. Each day, we are given a new challenge to interpret through our own photography. It doesn't matter what day it is. I'm late anyway. When I saw today's challenge…Read more Photography 101: Architecture

A Walk through Siracusa

Ciao a tutti 🙂 A friend of mine from home recently asked me to describe what Sicily looked like. I'm embarassed to admit that I couldn't do it. Perhaps it's from constantly having to speak as slowly, simply and as clearly as possible so that the Italians understand me, but I simply could not find the…Read more A Walk through Siracusa