Passeggiata Palladiana was blogged about by Tom Weber on his excellent blog The Palladian Traveler. This was a lot of fun to create, with photos by Tom and words by me. Below is the poem in full with just three photos by me. To see the entire walk in detail, with Tom’s great photos, just click on this link Passeggiata Palladiana and join us on our walk along the icy cobble of Monte Berico, Vicenza, Italy.
Vicenza this morning was sunny and cold
As we dressed in our warmest and went for a stroll.
The porticos uphill were laden with snow
And the view was quite stunning from Mont’ Berico.
The Jewel of Veneto’s snow-covered peaks
Look like panettone with frosting so sweet.
Next down the scalette – just watch for the ice –
And to Villa Rotonda we walk in a trice.
White fields and black trees make the photographs pop
And Palladio’s masterpiece is where we stop.
Through the Valley of Silence, our next port-of-call
Is the Villa were nani perch high on the wall.
Across frosty cobble, past snow-covered gates
We return to the city: macchiato awaits!
Those photos look great and the words are fab. Nicely done, Orna Frost!
Thanks Tom Palladio. Leaf
Nice poem, Orna! Gorgeous photos…
Thanks Susan. Glad you like my attempt at the title of Poet Laureate!
This is on my wish list Orna, can’t wait to track Palladio down to his origins! Great post!
Your words + my photos = Italy Magazine 2014 Blogger Awards finalist!
What a team!!