Although this door in Trastevere, Rome may look worn, it’s actually in the most well-kept little neighborhood. Directly across from here, I saw an old man using a homemade brush to sweep away little bits of trash from between the cobblestones in front of his shop. I was impressed with the care and respect on display for a place with such history, even one off the beaten path.
Have you experienced something similar in your travels? Where?
This cold has me feeling like I want to stay under the covers with some hot tea!
Finishing up some beautiful designs today to finally deliver to my clients! It took me a little longer than expected to get into the design groove. I hated basically everything I created for about 3 weeks. And was sick on top of it. I don’t know if something just clicked lastnight or if it was everything happening with the moon but whatever it was, it worked 🌝 I can’t wait to print these babies out and see what they really look like!
في وسط ظروف قاسية الحياة جابتهالها لسنين طويلة، خالتي كانت دايما تقول لماما لما تيجي تطمن عليها: "بحَلِّي حياتي يا نادية.." الجملة دي دايما بترن في بالي كل ما أحس أني بتقوقع واكتئب.. Note to self: حَلِّي حياتك يا رو
الصورة في شوارع قرية تونس في الفيوم
What is behind this door? 🤔
Territorio Artlanza, at Quintanilla del Agua,Burgos, Spain 🇪🇸
Is an architectural-cultural space built by Felix Yáñez, who has recreated a traditional village, allowing visitors to see the traditional ways of life in this region of Burgos.
The complex occupies about 10,000 square meters and has been built with construction materials typical of the area that the sculptor Felix Yanez has been collecting from slag heaps and reusing. The town contains several museums inside; ethnographic museum, tavern, winery, hermitage, pharmacy, school ...