Weekend Reflections – Lucca, Italy



This is our contribution to WEEKEND REFLECTIONS ,
a meme hosted by James .
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37 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections – Lucca, Italy

  1. What beautiful reflections, Leia! Such a delightful look at a lovely place! Your photos are the next best thing to being there in Lucca myself! Have a wonderful weekend!

    Sylvia

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  2. Hello, hello, I do believe I see a reflection of a photographer! And a thoroughly charming reflection of an Italian town square.

    [How are your studies going, Léia?]

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  3. Toi et James nous ramenez vers ma chère Italie, cette semaine! Quel plaisir de retrouver cette delicieuse atmosphere!
    et merci beaucoup pour ton commentaire aujourd'hui, chère Leia!je suis heureuse de savoir que je suis toujours un peu avec toi! :o) Gros bisous!

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  4. Very nice reflection for the post.

    And, Francisca asked, “how are your studies going, Léia?

    And what are you studying?

    Have a nice day.

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  5. And a very nice contribution it is. My fave is the first photo. Would it be too much for you to introduce me to the blonde sitting at table in the cafe? She looks intelligent, as if she's reading a book, and I'm interested in her mind.

    Oh stop laughing, Cezar!

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  6. Hi Leia…I wanted to let you know that in English a golf ball is called many things by golfers on a golf course, but most of them are not appropriate for a family blog.

    Mostly, though, a golf ball is called a golf ball! :-))

    Have a wonderful fun weekend yourselves!

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  7. What a nice reflection and a beautiful place! I saw a picture of Lucca this morning and I wanted to go there now I want to go even more.

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  8. Lucca!!! What a wonderful city! I love the reflection photo. There is so much of interest in the image. Bravo!

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  9. Isn't that Cezar taking the pic? Because it looks like a man's shirt… does that mean you were IN the store??
    I wonder about this, because one time my hubby did that while I was shopping:)

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  10. Hi Cezar… Re your question on Cedar Key: houses built now have to be on stilts of at least 12 feet because of hurricane flooding … The high water mark in Cedar Key is right at 12 feet.. In a hurricane houses built at ground level are likely to be washed out to sea.

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