Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy
There are A LOT of cats in Civita di Bagnoregio! There are more cats than people here. We were told there are only 6-10 residence who live here year-round.
Below: At the bottom of St. Patrick’s Well, Orvieto, Italy
View from the top of Toro del Moro (Clock Tower) of the Duomo in Orvieto, Italy.
It was completely foggy when we reached the top, but the fog started to clear and this is the magic that unfolded in front of our eyes.
German Christmas Market in Piazza Santa Croce, Florence, Italy
3 Generations! Kate, her mother and grandmother are from Texas and have been regular visitors to Florence over the years. It was such a pleasure working with the ladies! As you can see, we had a few laughs.
I have the huge honor of having photos¬†I captured¬†on¬†the front and back cover of this book, Sojourner, by Lee Foust. This photo was taken in Lucca, Italy¬†and the back photo¬†(not shown here)¬†was taken in Assisi, Italy.
Lee Foust’s¬†Sojourner¬†engages mysteries of place; familiar and foreign cities, people, languages; our staying, our going, finding and abandoning love, ourselves, in flats, tenements, squats, and on park benches.
Misty & Francesco
Chiara & Francesco
Location: Siena, Italy
April 24, 2010
Dates haven’t been locked in yet, but I’ll most likely be spending November and December in Florence, Italy, so if you’re thinking of getting married in Tuscany or anywhere in Europe and need a photographer, look no further!
I shared with you some photos from my trip back in December and January, and now here are some from my trip this past March. Enjoy!
San Gimignano, Italy
Basilica of San Frediano, Lucca, Italy
Rocca Maggiore, Assisi, Italy
Basilica of San Francesco d’Assisi
Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Assisi, Italy
Villa Fidelia. Just outside Spello, Italy
I’m finally getting around to posting some photos from my trip to Argentina this past August. Better late than never, right? First up is a shot inside our cute little apartment we rented, followed by some various shots throughout the city.