Images from Italy

Villa Citerna
Villa Citerna

It’s been about a year and a half since my trip to Italy. I had a 1/12th share in a villa in Fiano Tuscany. If you can get a big enough group together, this is a great way to spend a vacation. The villa was amazing, as was the Tuscan country side. We divided up into smaller groups durning the day for sightseeing (or spending some time by the pool). We took turns with cooking duties durning the week, and had many amazing meals prepared with food from the local farm co-op. It’s a slow day, so here is a little gallery from the trip.

All photos were taken with a Nikon D100 , 18-35, 28-105 or 50mm.

Florence Arches
Florence Arches
Wine Cask
Wine Cask
Florence Market
Market in Florence
Tuscan Sunset
Tuscan Sunset
Wine Bottles
Wine Bottles

What is that Building?

A few people asked me about the building in the previous post. It is the American Standard Radiator Building. The guys over at WiredNewYork have a thread about it. Currently, the Bryant Park Hotel is operating there. There are many buildings with fabulous ‘crowns’ in NYC, but many of them are not as easy to see as this one is. Some other crowns can be found over at Deadprogrammer’s Cafe Here is a closer view of the crown :


American Radiator Building

A photo blog by Sean Unruh