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Thursday’s Reflections – A Visit to Trieste

Since you liked the previous photo I posted in my previous post, A Visit to Trieste, I decided to post another one I made during the visit to Trieste… It is a small town in Italy, which I didn’t mention in the previous post and this photo is made from a coffeeshop beside the famous Trieste Channel which leads to the sea…

Buildings and architecture are great, very interesting and delicate there so I wanted to capture this very sweet, long, not that tall pink building with the very impressive clouds in the background which reflects in the Channel… I forgot the Channel’s name but I think it’s called “Canal Grande” (the Grand Channel) and, even though it is not that long, it is very beautiful, filled with lots of shops, restaurants and interesting coffeeshops and surrounded with this very impressive, lovely and colorful architecture of short buildings…

 

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  • Do you like this sweet architecture…? 🙂

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    • I like them too…! 😀 Yes, I agree with you, it refreshes the look…!!! 😀 Thank you so much, these photos are from several years ago, I always do post my own photos in all the posts so you can mostly see the ones from the coffeeshops I make and similar but generally haven’t posted much of my other photography, except every now and then… 🙂

    • Thank you so much, your compliment is especially important, hehehe…! 😉 🙂
      Yes, I suppose it is, not sure if it’s like that everywhere in Italy, and I think many buildings are in different colors here which is very cute…
      Well, not sure how “large” it is, there is a part that is in the hills which I haven’t visited but I think it’s generally small or just regular, not quite sure… :/

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