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Last week we left the rain and clouds of the Amalfi Coast for a little vacation in Paris. (Pictures and stories coming soon!) While we were disappointed to return to still more rain Sunday evening, Monday morning greeted us with glorious sunshine. In Amalfi, the water shimmers in beautiful shades of sea green and bright turquoise during these cold and clear days of January and February.

 

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This is certainly one of the treats of being on the Amalfi Coast during the winter months!

 

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Today we’re enjoying another day of sun (I’m getting caught up on vacation laundry!), and I’m ignoring the news that more rain is in store for us this week. Today it’s all sun!

6 Comments
  • Chef Chuck

    Day by day the sun appears more and more, Good thing!I love that color in the water, it seems to show so well on the coastlines. Enjoy:)

    January 19, 2010
  • LindyLouMac

    Shush we have sun today as well, lets make the most of it!

    The sea looks absolutely glorious in these photos, difficult to believe how the weather can change the sea so dramatically.

    January 19, 2010
  • Saretta

    That is a luscious color indeed!

    January 20, 2010
  • Linda Lou

    One of the things I love most about Amalfi and Capri is the amazing color of the sea…can't get enough of it…glad your sun is out…we are having are 4th day of rain here in normally sunny San Diego!

    January 22, 2010
  • likeschocolate

    Lovely!

    January 22, 2010
  • Laura

    Ciao Chuck! I'm already looking forward to those long summer days. I'll even take the heat! 🙂

    Ciao LindyLouMac! I agree… best to just enjoy the sun while it is shining. This was one of the moments I was glad I had my camera tucked in my bag.

    Ciao Saretta! I agree… luscious is the perfect adjective! 🙂

    Ciao Linda! I hope the sun has come out in San Diego!

    Ciao Likeschocolate! Thanks!

    January 29, 2010

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