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Saturday, May 12, 2012

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Ronald Miller

The thought of coloring their houses in order for fishermen to still view their houses from afar is touching. Some people would just color their houses decorative purposes but, in this locality, colors actually have a significant meaning. I love it! Look at those colorful windows and doors coming together with the whole house. Classic! I might find time to visit there sometime. This is the perfect place to go if you want to have a simple yet enjoyable life.

Ronald Miller

Victoria Magliaro

The Island where the rainbow fell!

Claudia

Carl, We made it! When Peter and I were standing on the balcony last evening at dusk, sipping the complementary glass of champagne (with a strawberry) overlooking the Mediterranean gazing at THE postcard view of Positano, I said, "Carl, we made it!" This is wonderful.

carl

Love the stories, got my mother reading your blog, she loved the stories and pictures as well.........she went as far back to reading some recipes.....gives her something fun to do as she recovers from pneumonia.........miss you very much........can't wait for you to go to you one of my favorite places, wish I were there sipping lemoncello with you and Peter

Ally

Oh, just beautiful. I love the water reflections.
Do you really believe the house coulours would have looked more dramatic in grey weather? The colours are so lovely in the sun.
And sun is so much more mood elevating.
A beautiful posting. Thank you

Sally

Love the colors!!!!!!!!! The bright happy house is my favorite in this grouping.

Debra Cobb

Love these shots of Burano with the colors. Hang on to these--might come in handy for a book sometime!

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