Sicily, at random

Buongiorno amici miei! How are you doing today?

These are the rest of the photos I found last week in one of my drawers. They are part of the same roll but taken in various places around Sicily. The truth is that, after we left Siracusa, I kept my Diana in my bag most of the time and I got it out randomly.

An accidental double exposure (I forgot to wind the film) of the Temple of Juno in the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento. Not bad for an accidental shot!

Agrigento Valle dei Templi 616x616 Sicily, at random

I’m not positive about the photo below but I seem to remember I took it in the village of Caccamo where we went to visit the castle. Unfortunately when we arrived the castle had just closed for a lunch-break of three hours. We strolled around the village for a while but when it started to rain heavily we headed back to the car and, however reluctantly, we decide to leave for Cefal├╣.

Caccamo 616x616 Sicily, at random

Two pics of the front of the Cathedral of Monreale. I have to upload some photos of its impressive interior.

Monreale 616x616 Sicily, at random

Monreale 2 616x616 Sicily, at random

That’s all for today.

PS: By the way, for those of you who might be interested, I’m still in spring cleaning mode!

Camera: DianaF+
Film: Lomography CN 100
Location: Sicily

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  • Monica

    April 23, 2012 at 12:11 pm | Reply

    the double-e turned out fantastically.
    beautiful mural. and those sorts of lunch breaks sound like europe. lol

    • Antonella

      April 26, 2012 at 7:27 am | Reply

      I must admit I should have check their opening hours before going but I didn’t expect monuments to close for lunch breaks!

  • Magali

    April 24, 2012 at 9:37 pm | Reply

    Love all of the architecture shots. I think the double exposure is especially lovely! A happy accident, yes? =)

    • Antonella

      April 26, 2012 at 7:30 am | Reply

      Thanks Magali. From now on I’ll try to make double exposures more often.

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