It’s cold. It’s officially cold, and I’m not ready for it yet. For a few days it felt like we skipped right past autumn to winter. That’s no good! Temperatures across Italy have been well below the seasonal norm this past week as a nasty cold front swooped down from Russia. This has sent me back to my summer pictures with pleasure! Just looking at the vivid yellow and bright sunny days warmed me up inside. Here are some yellow-themed moments from life on the Amalfi Coast this summer . . .
Broke lounging in the early summer sun
Can’t do yellow without including the bright yellow Baroque facade and atrium on the Chiesa della Madonna del Carmine that sits right on Sorrento’s Piazza Tasso. It always makes me smile!
If you look in the Italian pictionary under “fruitless endeavor,” this is the image you’ll see.
Ravello was covered with beautiful pansies in early spring.
This could have gone with pinks last week, but I love how the yellow dress at the end just jumps out!
Pale yellow and white interior of the Chiesa Monumentale di San Michele in Anacapri
Wild Snapdragons, Scala
View looking toward Salerno from the Villa Rufolo, Ravello.
Stop back by next week for the final color themed summer photo post!