Wednesday, February 25, 2009

To the Sea

An unpaved road leading down to a beach on the sea between Molfetta and Giovinazzo.

16 comments:

magiceye said...

beautiful perspective and composition

Joe Cottonwood said...

I could swear you took that photo at a spot just 10 miles from my house in California. I'm coming to Italy for the first time in May - perhaps it will seem like home.

amatamari said...

This is a marvelous way so simple, immersed in nature ...
beautiful photos
thanks

Guy D said...

Great capture Saretta, I just had to add your blog to my followers list so I can see more of your great photography, keep up the great work.

ps.....your sky and beach shot from this past Friday is tremendous.

Juergen Kuehn said...

Saretta,
I envy your superb view.
Juergen

Marie Reed said...

Wow! Look at all of those gorgeous wild flowers!

Pam said...

I love the way you took this shot, Saretta. It just draws you down the flower lined lane to the beautiful blue sea and beyond.

JM said...

Lovely capture! Great blues!

Lost in Sicily said...

so pretty!

valeria said...

Beautiful photo, it reminds me of the beach near home, back in Tuscany...

Virginia said...

Waht a wonderful photograph and the color is spectacular. Like that nice curve in the road.
V

Lucia said...

Lovely picture, makes me want to walk down that path with a sundress on, a blanket and a bottle of wine with two glasses to meet my love....

lakeviewer said...

It looks appealing. Next time we visit Italy, we want to spend more time in Apulia.

Now,start a pensione and invite your blog readers.

Mediterranean kiwi said...

this is so pretty

Saretta said...

I was driving home with my son yesterday afternoon and the colors of the sea and the sky were so beautiful against the green grass and the yellow flowers that I had to pull off the road and shoot the photo. Glad you enjoy it!

Hilda said...

I want to go there! It's been so hot and humid here these past two weeks and it'll only get worse.

Thank you for such a breathtakingly lovely photo, Saretta. This did my soul good.