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CFFC: I (can)did it again

I have to search for people in my photos with a torch if you don’t count my tribe. Animals are better represented. Here is a careful selection of 25 times I shot both since my last candid post.

It was this one, my Can? Did! post from 2019, and looking at it now I’m amazed how many strangers I let into my frame. Today there are not as many: only the first six photos are of unknown (and unasked) people.

They are followed by a variety of animals who clearly knew I was there but didn’t care one way or another. The majority of them are from near me in Tuscany, a couple from a farm in Lazio which Flavia and I visited last October, and the last two dogs – bestia and his not-really-love-interest – were captured in Slovenia.

The gallery concludes with my people – amore, my family and friends – and a couple of selfies.

And look, there is Captain Hook in blogging memories, just perfect for today.

There you can also learn that today marks 14 years since I stopped smoking – one of the best things I’ve ever done.

The date is good for it too. Happy November 1st and mortacci tua (your dead people), which is something you must never ever say to a Roman.

For Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Candid photography


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.

31 thoughts on “CFFC: I (can)did it again

  1. What glorious photos, it all felt so alive and vibrant. Of all the posts I’ve read today this is by far my favourite. Thanks so much for sharing 😁

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