All That Is White

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With the theme of this week’s #FriFotos being “white,” I had quite a bit to choose from — but I didn’t want to include snow, or daisies, or any more beautiful shots of White Sands National Monument in New Mexico (I use those far too often).  A different kind of white was what I wanted to take center stage this week.

Here are my favorite pics of non-traditional white around the world:

The Moorish Albayzin neighborhood of Granada, Spain.

And whitewashed Granada as a whole, as seen from the Allhambra.

Sailboats in the tranquil harbor in Reykjavik, Iceland.

And, much higher in the air, climbing through the Alps in Innsbruck, Austria.  Still can’t believe we climbed down from that high.  My knees hurt for days.

Don’t let the white touch the ground!  In Salem, Massachusetts.  That’s me on the bottom right.

My favorite black and white pic, ever — the chef at Casa Artusi in Forlimpopoli, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

My first ever white party, in Kuta, Indonesia!  God, I love the Balinese.  These girls are wonderful.

And finally, a close-up of the Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy.

Which photo is your favorite?

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14 thoughts on “All That Is White”

  1. That picture of Austria is stunning. I’ve been doing a lot of trekking in South America. It’s painful when it’s happening, but I only look back on it with fond memories! The Andes are incredible 🙂

  2. Nice shots! My favorite has to be the one of the Albayzin… I spent some time there last summer and I thought the neighborhood had a certain unique charm. Your photo really makes me miss it!

  3. do you use instagram at all? you totally should! i’ll look for you, mine’s amjordan658 and i’m always posting travel pics, check it out if you have it 🙂

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