Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Italy: Wings of Love (Part II)

Continued from Part I

When you travel, you usually deal with those people, who make your rest comfortable and tasty.

In the whole, Italian people are very nice and friendly. Even drivers who violate the rules In Rome, smile at each other, letting the road.

I usually make photos of those, who impressed me as bright personalities.
Here are some of my pictures:

Carmen, a charming girl from Rimini

Restaurant owner near Vatican

Italian Lady in her boutique

Indian Nuns in Vatican

A waiter in Firenze, radiating humor and something inexplicably good, charismatic

Our bus driver to Rome

Of course, Italy is overcrowded with tourists. You can also see very strange people like these

two fakirs in the center of Rome

One of them is sitting and holding a metal tube with a plate or a small platform. The other one is sitting cross-legged on top, both motionless, for hours.

Italian policemen are very serious and never interfere, until you ask them

In Firenze

Italian language is very musical with sexy overtones and charisma.

Italian men are certainly a wonder, created for love…

Elderly people were a real surprise to me. They obviously feel happy and at ease. They travel, dance join their friends in restaurants for dinner. They take care of their grandchildren with pleasure, their families adore them in return…

No wonder Italy is the cradle of art and excellent food!
P.S. All pictures of people were made with their permission


Natalia Levis-Fox

No comments:

Post a Comment