This was the view from our Airbnb in Siena, Italy, taken 7/18/16.
On our drive from Positano to Siena, we decided to stop in Civita di Bagnoregio, which turned out to be an excellent decision. The 2500 year-old city is only accessible by foot, via a steep pathway and is one of the most unique places I’ve ever visited. Taken 7/18/16.
We almost skipped riding up the chairlift on Monte Solaro in Anacapri, but I’m so glad we didn’t! The view was absolutely incredible and was one of the highlights of our two-week honeymoon in Italy. Taken 7/14/16.
Capri was one of those magical places you never want to leave: everywhere you look there’s another jawdropping view. This was the view from Augustus Gardens. Taken 7/12/16.
Even after living in Philly for almost 4 years, I had never made it out to The Wissahickon Gorge. It was a beautiful afternoon yesterday, and I jumped on the opportunity to do some exploring along Forbidden Drive.
It ended up being a perfect way to spend a few hours: the sun was out, the air was clean, and I had a great time walking around with my camera, snapping photos of everything. Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how green the world is when you’re living in a city.