Italy: Tuscany, Lucca, Liguria and China

February 4, 2006; photo gallery by Kathleen A. Redmond, San Francisco Click

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- No matter how beautiful California is, something is missed here in comparison to the rest of the world: feeling of history. Walk down obliterated stones of Lucca or climb Vernazza stair streets and you will feel the difference.

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Provence of Liguria, Cinque Terre

Pathways link the various villages. Spectacular views of cliffs, coasts, cultivated terraces. These walks are set amongst enchanting nature, rich with stories and legends.
Ligurian Sea Costal Cliffs. Vernazza. Vernazza Vernazza Small Boats Cinque Terre National Park. Walking the hillside from Monterosso to Verazza Monterosso is the most developed of the Cinque Terre villages. Narrow Vernazza Street A Door

A mess of houses slithering down a ravine to form the main street. Riomaggiore is the main village in the Cinque Terre.
Ligurian Riomaggiore Street Italian House Riomaggiore Riomaggiore. No Place in an Urban Medieval Area Italian House and a Rock

Tuscany ( Fivizzano )

These pictures were taken during Tango Festival International
Tuscany Yard Tuscany House Gates. Modern Frescos A Park A stair, Moncigoli. Tuscany - country side A House in Tuscany


Hidden behind imposing renaissance walls, Lucca, an essential stopover on any Tuscan tour
Lucca Railroad Station Entrance to a House in Lucca Lucca Steet A Street in Lucca

China, 2001

Beijing - China's capital for the recent 800 years. Beijing -  Summer Palace Among the worlds most amazing natural wonders, the enormous gorge fo the Yangtze River climb thousands of feet on both sides of the narrow winding river. One of the many cities along the Yangtze River to be under water after the Three Gorges Dam is in operation. Xi'an - historic wonders - the fabled Terracotta  Warriors and horses, buried 2000 years ago to guard the tomb of the First Emperor. Bikes on a Chinese Street Xi'an. Playing Football in a Chinese small yard Beijing Steet It is the World in the Lion's  Paw - A Millenia-Old Idea Another Lion. Withing the walls of the Forbidden Ctiy is the Imperial Palace - Foo Door withing the Forbidden City

This is an on-line photo gallery of Kathleen Redmond works. During her trips around the world she find pleasure in conveying an aura of the places with intimate photography. Here is the Kathleen's website: Magnolia Lane - Soft Home Furnishings. You can purchase the works presented here.

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