Florence


I have been in Italy and had a wonderful time. The museums and architecture are beautiful but that is the obvious part. All around me, in ways large and small, there is beauty. Not just behind closed doors (although I am sure the art behind the closed doors is spectacular) but every place I glance.


From the sides of buildings to the use of type, from the fashions on the street to the foam on cappuccinos. Everywhere there is a beauty, a sensitivity, a history and an attention to detail that takes my breath away.

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