PPAC: Sant’Angelo 2

As promised, here is the continuation of our visit to a town of which I only learned because Facebook assumed correctly that I’d like it. I hope you do too as there will be four more posts from here. Fairy-tales forever!

The only thing I regretted was that I was not carrying a child or ten. What surprises lurk around every corner! Uncle was clearly in sync with his inner child, bestia is always happy to explore, and I couldn’t quite believe my camera eye what I was able to capture.

After the initial snooping around showed last week, we turn the corner and enter a magnificent square with Alice in Wonderland on one wall and the Snow White on the wall opposite, with lots of little surprises to discover.

A few visiting families turned around here and we thought that was it. Then I noticed a sign pointing to the stairs saying that the tour continued there, and so we climbed them.

On top was the mural of the train to take us into new adventures. A look down the street in the last photo promised more. So we continued…

For Photographing Public Art Challenge (PPAC) hosted by Marsha at Always Write

This day in my blogging history

Published by Manja Maksimovič

A Slovenian in Italy for love. Blogger, photographer, translator and would-be writer who would be a writer if she wrote. Plus reluctant but emerging poet. Beware.

50 thoughts on “PPAC: Sant’Angelo 2

  1. Manja the Magnificent! What a wonderful tour. I only wish I had been there to take those lovely photos. They would make great puzzles. You know I love to turn my favorite phots into digital puzzles. This is a fun and excellent series, Manja. 🙂

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      1. I find it useful too…sometimes. Esp when it comes to different groups. It helps me keep in touch with people and stay informed. It can be overwhelming, though, if you use it too much, and we get hooked easily, don’t we?

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  2. I love the photos, what a great capture! The bookcase under the stairs though with the cat and the cobwebs! ❤ I love when real stuff is incorporated into the art, it really brings it alive. And is the dog Bestia, the one posing so delightedly? What a happy little thing, She (?) looks like she's smiling 🙂

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