10 January 2014

my italian holiday - poira di civo II.

I am very pleased by your feedback on my photographs from Italy - both here and on my Flickr: thank you so much! I hope you will be glad to know that there are still many places I visited during my Italian Holiday and many photographs to share - for now a few more from Poira di Civo.
Poira di Civo:
Nikon FM - Lomography Color Negative 400
if the old stone house from my previous post was beautiful - the cottage in the third photograph here is in an even better location with that spectacular view. I adored the colours of the meadow and adored the smell of fresh air even more: my sister and I for sure had a lovely time that day in Poira di Civo!
enjoy your weekend! ♥

32 comments:

  1. Fantastic! Absolutely. fantastic.

    I love the colours of your pictures! These meadow colours against the cold colours of the mountains in the background. Really beautiful!

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    1. Nancy, thank you so much! I was really happy with the weather and the landscape that day!

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  2. It's getting better and better! One word: magnificent! <3

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    1. Inês, that's so lovely of you to say! ♥

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  3. If complete movie has been made only for the Rome and we got 'Roman Holiday', it seems logical to me that for ur Italian holiday u can surprise us with as many posts as u wish. I m sure I m gonna enjoy each;-) xx

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    1. True, Valtellina deserves a film too! Thank you so much!

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  4. Sooo Gorgeous! What a beautiful place!

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    1. Thank you! And thank you for stopping by this blog!

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  5. truly amazing pictures Polli!

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm glad you think so!

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  6. These pictures are amazing! <3

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    1. Thank you, Janne! And thank you for visiting Passer Domesticus!

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  7. This landscape is gorgeous ! Love the sweet tones in your pictures.

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    1. Birdie, thank you so much! I loved the colours of the landscape that day!

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  8. breathtakingly beautiful ♥♥♥

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Toi! ♥ ♥ ♥

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  9. love these photos! they're so beautiful - and the landscape is breathtaking!

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    1. I'm happy you think so! Thank you! And thank you for stopping by!

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  10. Really beautiful!
    The first one could be a beautiful old painting! The green area in it looks just gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you, Sirpa! Yes, that meadow looked incredible!

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  11. The intensity of the colors is amazing :)
    Have a great weekend <3

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    1. Thank you, dear Sara!
      I hope you've had a lovely weekend too!

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  12. It feels like everything I see lately is washed out by the sun, so the intensity of the colors of your pictures feels so refreshing, so amazing. (Also, I hate not being able to comment more in your blog, but my internet access is spotty at best)

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    1. Thank you for finding the time for stopping by here, even during your travels! I'm glad you like these photos! The ones of your travels are such a refreshment for me as well!

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  13. Gorgeous, I love how you've captured the mist rolling down from the mountains! That cottage would be a dream to live in.

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    1. Thank you so much, Charlotte! That myst was beautiful and it was moving so fast!

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  14. the mist in the second one is just magic!
    love all the shades of green.

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    1. I totally agree with you there, Silvia!
      Thank you!

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  15. Huh - the second one could be a painting. I want to walk on bare feet through there. Thank you for sharing these amazing views. Now I think my next trip should go to Italy for sure.

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    1. Thank you so much! If you decide to go to Northern Italy for real, please let me know so that I can give you some advice!

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