Dispatches from Italy: Turin, a Walk on the Streets

Guest contributor post by Kat of Zero the One


Perched up north in the utterly lovely region of Piemonte, Italy is Turin, the first capital of Italy, home of the royal family Savoy (of which the Savoy cabbage is honorably named) and the car Fiat. There is no doubt Turin is a classic representation of what elegant northern Italian style is about BUT I’m not going to bore you with touristy photos of this fabulous place. Instead we hit the streets and lend our eyes to the seemingly forgettable.


I’m really enjoying Anubis and the muslim girls (seems like a series spread out all over town) watching everyone pass by – a quiet provocation.



Jan Halvarson

7 comments:

Kickcan & Conkers said...

Love the way the photos are presented and the street art.

Katerina Bon Vora said...

Yay its up :) it was a lot of fun putting together

shannonmarie said...

I agree about the presentation and the street art. Much better than the usual tourist stuff.

Spery said...

How I love my city :)

ATOPOS said...
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ATOPOS said...

Hey, that arab woman with the camera is also in my town! =) Nice post, very cool Anubisss! Street spirit

Zane said...

great bits and pieces

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