Florence, Italy. August – September 2014.
I’m splitting all my posts on Florence because there are too many photos to post all at once, and I’m still amassing a whole truckload of others while I’m here. I had been to Florence twice before coming for school this year, but both visits had been short and tourist-spot-centric. It’s really only now that I get to walk and explore the city everyday that I’m able to focus on the details, even the most random, seemingly-minute ones.
I saw this interesting display inside Polimoda, whose campus is so nice btw.
And there really should be a miniseries featuring the tiniest cars of Italy. Because.
At a creek near my old apartment, there were always ducks hanging out.
Sheep door stoppers/toys at a crafts fair (and an owl one on the lower shelf)
Condo-sized garden? I suppose they’re being extremely optimistic.
Fallen tree branches from the hail storm aftermath
You don’t notice these from afar, but I love spotting these cartoony, quirky iron architectural details which–if you can believe it–are from the medieval age and were used to tie up carts, park horses and whatnot.
A planter and its cool shadow
And I must say, one of the strangest things I’ve spotted while walking around–this robot/transformer thing looking out a window.