An entrance to the South East side. An entrance that sees the sea, small and secondary with its tower with a clock. It was night, the photo with the flash looks nice. My intent was to photograph Moresco at Sunset, turn around and I wasted time.
I have gone so many times to Moresco, but I had not noticed, as a good ignoramus that I am, this very small and isolated church, which is on the street and only the church is lit, so we can not but notice it. 20 meters of a country lane, and here it is, lit, around the most total darkness, so dark that when I came back to get the car I found it, I turned off the headlights.
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The port of entry of Morescos charming and beautiful. This door, the principal at the end of the driveway leads to the square. It seems to enter another era full of romantic atmosphere, I also have good memories.
Large hexagonal, I took so many pictures and did not know which to choose, at night lit and beautiful especially far away you can easily notice it in the allocated Moresco. Surely photographed from above would make more. This picture I did at sunset and the tower takes this color so lit by the sun.
what is the first feeling?
in Italy is the type for every old building, the small bricks, the color changes every hour for the sunlight.
This for us Italians, and a daily and normal. for a tourist, no. And the first thing that a German friend of mine just told me told me. To my question, what is the first feeling? The color “The cooked”…
Life is what we make of it. Travel is a traveler.
What we see isn’t what we see but what we are.
Valorize the territory by knowing all its artistic, geographical and natural wealth.
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In Italy, in all the main squares the clock tower rises high.
Sometimes even more than one, in Moresco in the province of Fermano it is also on one of the entrances.
Initially medieval constructions, later changed or better improved in the Renaissance, have thus adapted these towers to the existing buildings, visible from very far and sometimes higher than the cathedral of the country.