Saturday, September 23, 2017

Santa Maria della Salute

This 17th-century Venice basilica, which
was built in thanks for deliverance
from an outbreak of plague, is not big on
bling but filled with lovely
shapes and shadows.

[Linking back to The Weekend in Black and White
and to inSPIREd Sunday.]

Friday, September 22, 2017

Under the bridge

Just one in a whole city of beautiful reflections . . .

[To see more Weekend Reflections,
visit James's meme.]

Thursday, September 21, 2017

It's how old?!

Lots of people walk past 
this tree in the
Square Viviani in Paris and
don't even realize it's the oldest tree
in the city.  It's a locust, planted in 1601 by 
Jean Robin, the gardener of Henri IV.
{I'm headed to Paris tonight—maybe I'll
stop by and see how it's doing.}

[Linking back to signs, signs.]

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

ABC Wednesday—K is for "kissing 9-to-5 goodbye"

                                 I'm packing up my blue pencils and retiring today!
                             Am grateful for the past 10 years
                                 at this job at Parents magazine, working with
                              some wonderful people—and I hereby
                               bequeath my greenery to the next person to
                          occupy this cozy cubicle.

                              [To see more ABC posts, go here.]

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Saratoga En Pointe

Saratoga, N.Y., is the summer home of the
New York City Ballet.  Toe shoes like
this one (though most are more colorful)
were originally part of an exhibit
of the Museum of Dance and can be 

found all over town.  See a few more here.

[Linking back to Ruby Tuesday
and Our World Tuesday.]

Monday, September 18, 2017

knock knock

Somewhere in Florence . . .
Check out the detail on this thing—
it even has creepy little teeth!

[Linking back to Blue Monday
at Magical Mystery Teacher
and to Macro Monday.]

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Shadow Shot Sunday

Deciding what to have for dinner al fresco
in Rome—it was a great meal
at Da Sabatino, in Piazza Sant'Ignazio.

[To see more Sunday shadows, go here.]