Saturday, 13 July 2013

PICTURE THIS #208 ~ HOLIDAYS, VACATIONS, TRIPS

HI ALL.  SORRY IT IS COLD DOWN SOUTH MY FRIEND. UP NORTH HERE WE ARE HAVING A GOOD SUMMER FINALLY


AT THE BEACH IN SAN FRANCISCO  photo ad80eabf-b53d-46a5-809d-6a83d680b944.jpg

PISA DURING THE ILLUMIARIA

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 A TRIP TO THE LIVORNO MARKET IN ITALY  photo DSC01742.jpg

10 comments:

  1. Wonderful beach shot

    L'heure Bleu.

    Delightful display of vegetables.

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  2. Wonderful Heidi, thank you. Wish I was on the beach with you right now in San Fransisco. Actually any beach with some warmth would be nice.

    I love your first shot, through the long grass, wish I had been to Pisa, on my bucket list and would love to go shopping at a market in Italy. *groans* ...... hungry, now.

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  3. Wonderful travel shots Heidi;)

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  4. I like the Livorno market, those markets are so interesting in Europe.Pisa is a good photo, plenty of atmosphere and good composition on the San Francisco beach.

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  5. Hi Heidi !! Three really nice shots for the theme. I particularly like the Livorno market. Markets are not only great for seeing fresh produce, but also for people-watching. The Pisa illuminations are also very nice.

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  6. Three lovely shots, I truly long to be able to spend some time in the bottom market. A nice range of colors.

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  7. Fabulous shots Heidi. Love the farmers market.

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  8. hi heidi, lovely pics . My fav is the second one but also the market shot is interesting as it depicts something very peculiar of my country

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  9. Hi Heidi. I like the shots of the street scene in Pisa. You captured the locals well, specially the woman in the left corner of the photo. The market in Livorno is colorful. Great color variations.

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  10. I agree the market shot is very nice. Love the contrast in the photo. Wish I had that near by, because then I could let someone else do the growing and me just do the the tasting.

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