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The size of the poster that the webmaster will hang to his bedroom wall in a few days (hopefully).
His only request was “Just things from Sicily”.
Attempt to overcome homesickness a little
What does it shows?
From upper left cornerMt Etna, a sunflower after a rain of July.
A rose of last May. Water of Pantalica. Java, you know her.
A detail of a Catania fountain, a blackbird, a sunset seen from Catania port. Soap bubble
Ponte dei Saraceni, a garofano,
webmaster’s favorite cat living close to my bro’s house, this cat has just one long tooth and an incredible acting ability, despite it’s clearly properly feed he always asks you for something.
And, of course, a picture of the shadow of his girlfriend taken during our trip to Pantalica.
Catania is not a large city.
For 300k people living in it, and a total of 1million considering the surrounding towns, I guess Catania can be defined as a “little city”?
For sure we have building of all era, but a lot of the last century, and I live in area with building not older than 40 years (not much if you consider that this part of the world is in what it was called “Magna Graecia”).
Therefore is rather unusual to find old walls made up of nude stones… but… it happens somewhere, in little “corners”
and unusual for even a little, you can find funny goats having lunch in a little green area close to a relatively big street.
Still on the way toward the place where we had lunch, when my bro asks me: “Can you take a picture of it? I want this panorama as desktop image!”
ahead there was this old building…
I’m not sure but the webmaster should know what it is.
I’ll updated you later if I can.
[To be continued]
Finally she was active in the afternoon and not in early morning!
Finally, after 2 posts showing pictures taken while waiting for the “pink mt Etna moment”, here is the post for Mt Etna all covered by snow at sunset time.
Below a general view
The Lachea Isle, composed mainly of basaltic rocks in several places topped by metamorphosed Pleistocene clays, is the largest of the Cyclops Islands, and it is of volcanic origin linked to the first submarine eruptions in the Gulf of Acitrezza, dating back some 500.000 years ago.
Events cannot be changed this time but we can face it with a slightly better knowledge of the Beauty at our side
My webmaster knows how to be the best one
Now it’s my turn.