Salerno Street Market
Last June I spent time in Salerno, Italy, at the 100,000 Poets for Change World Conference. However, it wasn’t all poetry and change. I did some sight-seeing. I made new friends. And, as I had a kitchen in my hotel-apartment, I visited the little street market a little down the street to buy fruit and vegetables…and every day, I took photos. I have hundreds of photos from Italy, June 2015.
Here are some of the patterns and colors of the street market produce.
The market also included shellfish, fresh fish, and a bit of a flea market section.
Salerno Like a Painting
The views of Salerno sometimes seemed more like a Renaissance painting than an actual place. The light flowed down to reveal the pastels of the stucco and painted trim, to shine off the sea, and to fall through clouds that brought their afternoon rain.
Two From the Train
I flew into Rome and took the train to Salerno, taking pictures out of the windows while the light lasted. This photo is of a high-speed train passing the train I was riding in.
The day after the conference, several of us took a local train to nearby Pompeii to visit the archaeological park. I have enough photos from the site to fill a book. For this quick excursion into photography, I offer a second photo from a train, this of Vesuvius. As we left, the afternoon rains came in. The clouds over Vesuvius suggest an eruption…
2 thoughts on “Salerno Like a Painting – Photo Essay”
Thank you, Michael. Fall has arrived where I live — this was a beautiful reminder of glorious June in Salerno.
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I’m glad that you liked it, Laura. I’d love to be back in Salerno, June or Fall…