Godly architecture

Photo took in Bronte (CT), Sicily, Italy.

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Stefania

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Isn’t it incredible?

Isn’t it incredible? How every sunset could be the last one? The most beautiful one? The saddest or the best one?

Isn’t it incredible? How every sunset could be the beginning or the end of a new story? A new life or a new book?

Isn’t it incredible?How we can capture a moment that means more than it’s said and done?

Isn’t it incredible? How a ray of sun can change our mood, our thoughts and all our day?

Isn’t it incredible? How we deeply live these moments? In tune with the world and the sounds around us?

Oh nature! Isn’t it an incredible woman?

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-Stefania

Modica

I took this photo in Modica (RG), Sicily.

It’s famous for its chocolate festival so I visited it on 7th December and I admit it, I gained few pounds.

The chocolate tastes really good (even though it depends on the type but that’s my personal taste) so it’s worth a shot!

 

It’s also a beautiful city. I walked a lot on those small streets and I had so much fun! I love small towns with a big cultural background, full of history and traditions. I unfortunately noticed that some houses were abandoned because people leave to find more jobs outside Sicily. We don’t have many opportunities thus we need to do so and it’s also because most of these towns are too far from the main cities (not hard to reach, though).

I really recommend to go there during this period, especially in the evenings. The atmosphere is delightful.whatsapp image 2018-12-07 at 20.41.24

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-Stefania

A window on the infinity

I took it on Christmas Day🎄

It was really foggy and rainy outside (extremely cold too) but, for a moment, the sun showed up and the sky was so blue and clear!

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Stefania