A known face from a known film at a known street at the not so known Valparaiso, Chile.
The Explanade du Trocadéro is an exquisite place.
As for a place where to marry well, it depends since the place is crowded with all sorts of people,
meaning tourists, souvenir salesmen, an any other nosy person with a camera at hand like myself.
Anyways, I think the happy couple don’t mind at all.
Its been a bit since the last time I posted. I started this blog nine or ten years ago. I remember that at that time I didn’t even know what to post, and here we are.
Why starting young?
If time passing could be an excuse for not doing things, no one would do anything at all. Every time I open my blog to see peoples comments, the posts and visits I get excited.
So starting young is a way for a fresh start, for continuing doing the things one loves, for keeping the pace and enjoying life, as it is, as when we are kids.
Let’s start young. There is still so much to do, because if it is not over yet, it is not over.
Tuileries Garden, Paris, France.
When in Rome (just like the song) I took a photo on a street in Rome. Later I realized the photo had gps tag, so I went and looked it up on google maps.
To my surprise the graffiti text on the wall has not been swept away, yet.
I added the photo and a picture of google maps along with the URL in case you are curious to go an see for yourself.
This was last year (2017) in October.
Piazza di Spagna, where people just go to walk by the fancy shops, or on the plaza or to sit on the Spanish steps.
There was this flower shop by the way, and one of the things I noticed was that they had a bouquet of cotton (placed almost at the center of the photo), red peppers and pumpkins…
I wonder what it would be like to give red peppers to someone.
Here the Spanish steps that lead to the Trinitá dei Monti, and if you walk al the way the 136 steps and take a right you will find a theater that by the way was showing the play Grease… yes that Rock n Roll one, but in italian. On the photo below, on the building on the corner (left) there is the Babington’s, a tea and coffee room, highly recommended.
Here is a maps link to show you around.