You’ve heard enough from me on my love of Italy…let Mr Fletche’s wonderful photographs convince you to make an Italian break part of your plans very very soon…
Milan Public Transport
Early evening in Venice
Venice in sunset light
Grand Canal as the sun is setting
Keeping out the sun – Burano
Sunset light on the Ponte Vecchio bridge
Pisa in the rain
Looking across the bay from Monterosso you can see the village of Vernazza in the distance
The ferry brings more people to the beautiful village of Manarola on the Italian coast
Looking towards Riomaggiore from out on the sea.
The sun sets behind the rocks as seen from the Manarola harbour
More of Mr Fletche’s amazing photos can be found on his website, Instagram and Facebook
Seriously breathtaking pictures
Thank you, I’ll pass your lovely words onto my husband!
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His photos look like paintings! Absolutely stunning! I am now even more desperate to visit Italy now.
We’re trying to sneak in a return trip at the end of this year 😉
Ooh yes. Do it!
Dude. I don’t need 12 reasons, ha! Those are some beautiful photos. <3
…just in case some people don’t know how pretty Italy is 😀
Simply stunning photos! 😍
Thanks Ritu 😃
Such stunning photos!! The light mr Fletch captures is amazing. Italy is such a beautiful country and he’s made it even more stunning!! 🙌🙌
Thanks Mel…Mr Fletche tells me often that he’s a painter whose medium is light 😃
That’s such a great way to describe it!
Wow these photos are amazing! I plan on visiting next spring and it’s all I can think about. I am thinking rome, Florence and Venice. But I also really want to visit the amalfi coast. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks Steph, we visited Sorrento in 2013 which was our first taste of Italy but there’s so much else to see in that area!
Beautiful. I think Italy has to be one of my favorite places scenery wise. So different than home (eastern Canada – which is beautiful also).
We both love Italy so much, whether it’s towns or cities, coast or countryside!
Awesome photos! I’ve always wanted to go to Italy. Now I want to even more! It’s on my bucket list. 🙂
Italy is one of my favorites! Your Verona sunset shot is just stunning! I think Verona is a hidden gem of Italy.
Agreed! One night wasn’t enough…although it was enough to start my Aperol Spritz addiction 😂
I have that addiction too!
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