Month: April 2019

Exploring the Morning. A Few Sunrise Painted Landscapes from the Province of Padua [Italy]

It was just another trip to some abandoned site in Italy with an intermediate stop in the early September morning. That is one more time when I just can’t help myself treating a period of the day as some place to visit, and even more—explore. The reason was the ability of sunlight to turn the area into something so stunning that you don’t regret being awake so early and even enjoy the idea of getting out on the train station and having a few kilometres to walk on foot to reach the place where the train doesn’t go. What’s more, the beauty of the sunrise painted route literally forced to make some stops on the way, and the pictures below are the outcome.

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