My blog is all about learning, rather than knowing, so I think it'll be a good thing.
|view from a balcony in Siena (via flowers)|
|brave snapdragons clinging onto the rock wall|
I've also appreciated the domestic produce gardens that you see squished into spare land besides roads or railway lines, similar to what I observed in Turkey. I'm not sure about the health benefits of growing tomatoes beside heavy traffic, but perhaps that's not the point.
Australian shopkeepers might want to learn something from their Italian counterparts:
....and I'm not talking about the potted plants. How awesome is the fox 'diorama'?!
I also want to backtrack a little, and share a couple of photos of the Vatican gardens (as viewed from the dome of St Peters). Why? Because they have the most awesome topiaries:
Their garden layout is also pretty spectac.