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I have been playing with layering images together. What prompted me was going to Café Claude last week for lunch. They served their bread and frites wrapped in deli paper printed with a French newspaper. 212 more words


Perambulating in Perugia

This post is for Janine, who writes Destination Umbria. Perugia is her town and as well as being famous for chocolate it is a gorgeous hilltop town in the green heart of Umbria. 337 more words


March 16 2014 - Todi and Perugia

Perhaps the most important figure of Todi is Jacopone da Todi, Italian poet and Franciscan friar, born around 1230 or 1234. Important to his poetry is the fact that he wrote it in the Umbrian dialect of the time, somewhere between Latin and the modern Italian language, making him an important Italian literary figure as he began to write in a somewhat vernacular style. 444 more words

Franklin Academic Travel

Collection - item no. 2

I’m starting to collect cars. This is my second one, after the one found in Velez Rubio, Spain.

Isn’t it lovely? :)

My Deviant Art

The CURSE Of Amanda Knox! Realtors Slash Price Of Murder House After Tenants Almost Die In Freak Gas Leak 

If anyone could be more disappointed in Amanda Knox‘s recent reconviction for the murder of Meredith Kercher than Knox herself, it’s the realtors trying to sell the home where the brutal slaying happened. 417 more words

Mugnano - painted walls

After many years living in this area and hearing of the small village of Mugnano, yesterday we finally decided to go and have a look ourselves. 294 more words

Umbria Pictures