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  1. Some photographs from our recent trip to Italy. We arrived in Rome on July 17th, where we spent four nights. From Rome we caught a high speed train to Florence, where we spent another four nights. We then hired a car and drove to Lido Di Camaiore on the West coast of Tuscany; we stayed here for 5 nights. Finally we drove back to Florence, dropped off our hire car and caught another train across Italy to Venice, for another 4 night stay. We really enjoyed every aspect of our Italian experience. Particularly the driving and scenery in Tuscany was fantastic. Here I am sharing a small collection of photographs of some of our highlights. I will upload Part 2 separately, for technical reasons. Photos are not in any particular order, but all clearly labelled.

    All photos taken on my Pentax K-30 with a range of different lenses used.

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    Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence.

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    View of Santa Maria del Fiore Baptistry of Saint John.

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    Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore view from Giotto's Bell Tower, Florence.

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    View from Giotto's Bell Tower.

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    Simon and I at The Colosseum.

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    Simon at The Colosseum, Rome.


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    A lizard at the water fountain, Palatine Hill, Rome.

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    Umbrellas, Rome.

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    On the River Tiber, Rome.

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    Sculpture through a window - Florence.

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    The Colosseum, Rome.


    Hidden hill town, Tuscany. This one was taken whilst Simon was driving along.


    Tuscan coastal town, taken from a mountain road.


    Tuscan coastal town near Monterosso.


    Extreme close up: Birra Moretti.


    Lovelock window with Bokeh, Monterosso, Tuscany.


    Wild Aloe Vera and other plants, Monterosso, Tuscany.


    Pretty pink flower.


    Mountain view, taken from the road, whilst driving.


    View from a mountain road, Tuscany.


    View of Manarola, from a coastal road, Tuscany.


    Tuscan Sunset.


    Mountain settlement, Tuscany.


  2. I teach an NCFE level 1 in Creative Craft using Art and Design to a class aged 16+. This week my learners used view finders to select a section of a still life, then paint it in watercolours. They were also asked to complete a second piece if they had time, for this they could use any medium they liked.

    Here is what they produced during the session.


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