WPC: Expecting the Unexpected in Florence

If you do not expect the unexpected you will not find it, for it is not to be reached by search or trail.~Heraclitus
In its finest moments, traveling is a gift that can surprise and delight us.  During our adventures this year, we have spotted these little gifts that startle us, make us smile, and even laugh.  These gifts become part of our travel narratives.  I also welcome them because they can spark ideas that are woven into my creative projects.

I’d like to share some of these unlikely treasures from Florence–shot primarily on the fly with my Google Pixel 2 phone.

Door Knockers

I’m looking for the unexpected. I’m looking for things I’ve never seen before. Robert Mapplethorpe

Nefertiti Knocker, Firenze, Italia. Shot with a Google Pixel 2.

Evil Door Knocker. Firenze, Italia. Shot with a Google Pixel 2.

 

Dragon Queen. Shot with a Fuji X-T2.

Street Art

Art, like love, moves the heart in unexpected directions.~Marty Rubin

The Girl with a Pearl Earring….and Goggles

The Girl with the Pearl Earring and Goggles.  Shot with a Google Pixel 2

The Great Escape…Down the Side of a Building

The Great Escape. Shot with a Google Pixel 2.

Dante Quotes….All Over the City

Nothing is more imminent than the impossible . . . what we must always foresee is the unforeseen.― Victor Hugo, Les Misérables

Dante on the Street. Shot with a Fuji X-T2.

I hope you enjoyed these little gifts from a beautiful, majestic city.  And have an inspiring week, no matter where you are!

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    • Isn’t that interesting, Jackie…that we both look at the same thing. Thanks so much for your kind words! I hope all’s well with you. Hope it’s sunny and warm in NYC!

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