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Lago Orta, Italy at Dusk

A dusky Autumn stroll, Lago Orta, Italy

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  • Jamie

    How beautiful! I miss Italy so much….lucky you. Stunning!

    • Krista

      I miss it too, Jamie. Terribly. :-) I’m so glad we get to have photos to remind us of such wonderful places and memories. :-)

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    • Krista

      Thank you, Val! I’m so glad you like them too. :-)

  • mlleparadis

    All gorgeous pics – ahhhhh la bella vita!  The second one especially though – the colors, the light…….captures the evening mood perfectly.  xoxo

    • Krista

      That was my favorite shot too, Paradis!! :-) Love the colors and the mood. :-)

  • hila

    oh dear, this is too much! How beautiful can a place be?

    • Krista

      Doesn’t it almost ache it’s so lovely? :-)

  • Anonymous

    Oh wow, how beautiful Krista – what a special trip that was :) LOVE the light in those photos!

    • Krista

      It was SO special, Tuula. That evening by the lake was nourishing to body and soul. :-)

  • Stevie

    This looks like the perfect evening!

    • Krista

      It really was, Stevie. :-) Especially since it was followed by a marvelous dinner of risotto and prawns. :-)

  • Stevie

    This looks like the perfect evening!

  • Food Lover’s Odyssey

    Ah, it seems like just yesterday we were there!  LOVE the gorgeous photos, as always, Krista.  You’ve captured the lake and its beauty well.

    • Krista

      I’m so glad you like them, Kathy. :-) I was thrilled that they turned out and authentically captured that glorious light. :-)

  • Andrea and John

    Looks so peaceful and relaxing – I need to visit more places like this in Italy!

    • Krista

      I do hope you can go there one day, Andrea. :-) It has all the beautiful of Maggiore without the touristy feel. Just lovely. :-)

  • Jeanne @ CookSister!

    Gorgeous snaps!  The one with the lamppost makes me think of a Magritte painting…

    • Krista

      Thank you, Jeanne. :-) I love that one of the lamppost. :-)

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