Dreaming of Tuscany

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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