We’re having our first grey, drippy autumn day.  It’s warm – close to 60F/15.5C but it’s dismal.  So naturally I’m dreaming of Tuscany, where I spent three weeks this summer.  I was working on a project that had me inside in front of the computer for many, many hours, but I still had plenty of time to get out into the Tuscan sun, walk the roads and byways, swim in the warm Mediterranean, cook with the incredible local ingredients, and live the Tuscan life.

I want to share images because everyone needs a taste of summer when the sun is hidden away!

Kitchen window, Monteggiori

Kitchen window, Monteggiori

Zuccini flowers

Zuccini flowers

Artist's birds

Artist’s birds

 

Carrera marble works

Carrera marble works

The Apuan Alps

The Apuan Alps

Monteggiori

Monteggiori

Summer Salad

Summer Salad

artist and tents

Figs and crostata

Figs and crostata

Home brined olives

Home brined olives

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6 Responses to Dreaming of Tuscany

  1. Barbara Wetzel says:

    Ah, Italia….what wonderful pictures. Yes, we ,too ,need some Italian sunshine as Portland, OR has been drowning in heavy rain during the last four days. Fig tart looks so delicious. Thank you Barbara

  2. powhatan1 says:

    Ahhhhhh…Looks so lovely

  3. I always miss the sun when it is gone….Tuscany fits the bill! What town was this? Looks lovely! I’ve been to Southern Italy quite a few times, I need to try Tuscany!

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