The “kitchen sink” from Procida & Amalfi

We were out of Internet reach for the past 2 days — tucked away in a small Agriturismo (a working farm with rooms for tourists) that clings way up high to the side of the hill above the town of Amalfi like a swallows nest. Here is a crop of Magrit’s visual impressions from the small island of Procida as well as from the Amalfi cost. Cin Cin!

M1a The kitchen sink from Procida & AmalfiBoat reflections on Procida

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The perfect book cover for a novel taking place in Ravello on the Amalfi Coast.

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A romantic dinner at the Amalfi Coast, ca. 1953.

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Old friends in Ravello. Now I have my old men too, Frits.

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The town of Amalfi has a gorgeous cream-colored cloister in its beautiful cathedral.

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More rust, glorious rust.

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Fishing net on the Island of Procida, close to the “Il Postino” bar.

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bianco, nero, giallo

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gelato

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Laundry day on Procida.

. . . and for another campy treat:

Sophia Loren: Tu vo far l’americano

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8 Responses to The “kitchen sink” from Procida & Amalfi

  1. Nici says:

    Who knew fishing net was so picturesque?

  2. Ingrid says:

    Yes – the fishing nets inspires me to think of snakes…cool and creepy! Adored the cathedral arches ~ heavenly!

  3. sally horton says:

    So do those people really have a big hole in their kitchen wall?

  4. Mike says:

    no kidding about the book cover — it’s a photo begging for a story….nice.

  5. Just fantastic! You guys should do a workshop…

  6. Lisa Palmatier says:

    Amazing colors and compositions! Safe travels home….

  7. Nancy Goldberg says:

    Fantastic photos!

  8. carey says:

    thank you once again for sharing your fabulous photos along the way……
    always an inspiration!

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