Two of my favorite bloggers consistently and amazingly share photos of their cities–She Who Blogs founder Frances (Blogforth, Photostroll, and The Meme Section) reports from New York and Sarala (Blogaway) from Chicago.
These two lovely ladies have inspired me to post some photos I took while walking around our nearest “city” of Catanzaro not too long ago.
**EDITED to add that our correspondent in St. Augustine, Florida, a one “somepinkflowers” also does a heck of a job showing off her town’s beauty on Tourist Tuesdays. If you haven’t been there yet, you have no idea what you’re missing!**
Admittedly Catanzaro isn’t much of a city (you with me Cherrye?), particularly compared to the Big Apple and the Windy City; good ole CZ doesn’t even have a nickname as far as I know unless an abbreviation counts.
But there’s just something about an even remotely urban landscape that I always love.
I’m not going to caption or explain these because I’d rather you do it–tell me what strikes you, how they make you feel, what you think is portrayed, whatever you’d like to share.
And then, this weekend, if you have a working camera (unlike me, sniff sniff), take a walk around you are (urban or not) and share what you find with us.
Link here in the comments if you like, or send me an email and I’ll do the linking.
As always, click to enlarge.
Ah, and also check out my latest post at TomatoCasual—How to Flirt Your Way to Choosing Better Tomato Plants. Sounds fun, doesn’t it?
[tags]catanzaro, calabria, italy, southern italy[/tags]