Re: travel in Italy- from a photographer's view

From: Susan Huber ^lt;>
Date: 12/09/04-07:25:52 AM Z
Message-id: <000601c4ddf2$9c0a4780$c991c8cf@ownereb7xeo44n>

  Thank you, Daniele,
  I agree with you- I too prefer the smaller towns having lived in some of
North America's most visited areas due to having grown up in some of those
  I forgot to write that I am intereseted in Archeology and love the history
of the areas I visit- and you very kind to mention some areas of interest
along with the art.
  I visited Italy 20 years ago and I never forgot the art that presented
itself wherever one turned.
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  Subject: Re: travel in Italy- from a photographer's view

  I feel like a travel agency:-)
  I spend some words for the Italians places and ideas that foreigners have
  about Italy.
  That's a real truth; some Italians cities and part of some regions are a
  sort of "pitoresque vision" for turists. Tuscany along with Venice is on
  the top. Many visitors of Italy really need to be in places as the above
  to say:"I was there, I recognize the town or the landscape, this is true
  Italy". My prefered Italy is the "minor" where not to much tourists are.
  The discussion could go on about this argument for days......
  J. Bailey suggest the South as Puglia, I completely agree with him. About
  wines of the region they are raising in the Italian enology after years
  of darkness.
  J. Siegel has a passion for the pre-Renaissance art: there was a very
  exhibithion in Siena of Duccio di Boninsegna one of the master of period
  and it will worth a visit.
  My informations about Italy are partisan and very personal because I know
  the problem since I live in Verona, one of the most visited town in Italy
  and I see quite everyday of the year the tourists tours......
>-- Messaggio originale --
>Date: Tue, 07 Dec 2004 11:10:14 +0100
>From: Stane Kočar <>
>Subject: Re: travel in Italy- from a photographer's view
>Daniele, if you will be so kind, I'd also like to get your answer.
>Thank you very much
>Stane Kočar, Slovenia
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <>
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>Sent: Monday, December 06, 2004 10:06 PM
>Subject: RE: travel in Italy- from a photographer's view
>> Dear Susan,
>> I'm Italian and photographer too.
>> I can give you some indications about your next trip to centre of
>> I have experiences of these places you would like to visit, even if my
>> is Verona.
>> I will prepare you some notes about palces and accomodation.
>> Have some patience....
>> Ciao
>> Daniele
>> >-- Messaggio originale --
>> >Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2004 05:20:32 -0800
>> >From: Susan Huber <>
>> >Subject: travel in Italy- from a photographer's view
>> >To:
>> >Reply-to:
>> >
>> >
>> >Dear List;
>> >I hope I am doing this right... I am enquiring as to whether there are
>> Italian
>> >photographers on this list that could advise me/ other travellers
>> >nice, small cities for 2 weeks in Oct. 2005.
>> >I don't want to stay in 4 star accommodations-(no hotels) and wish to
>> >out about type of camera (is the 6 by 9 ideal) that is easy to travel
>> >I like Umbria and or; Tuscany areas.
>> >I know this a big request- any suggestions are very much welcomed.
>> >Thanks,
>> >Susan
>> >
>> >
>> >

>> >


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