untitled design (1)

Learn Italian online

Taormina Steps, A Photograph by David Smith

Italy is a very colorful place. You’ll see color everywhere, from pastel pinks and yellows to bright reds and rich greens. Indeed, Italy is a photographers delight, as David Smith well knows.

Here’s one of David’s shots of a lovely set of steps in tantalising Taormina in Sicily. If you really David’s image, you can buy a print, as indeed others have.

think in italian logo dark bg 1

Stop reading, start speaking

Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.

Maybe you could hang it on a wall in your home as a way keeping those memories of that vacation in Sicily fresh. This photograph might even tempt you to pay another visit there.

Photography PrintsIf you haven’t visited Taormina, you might like to think about it. Not only is this seaside town in Sicily charming, it’s got a full calendar of cultural events too. Everything from pop music to classical music. Visit in early August and you may well be greeted by a jazz festival. Then there’s the sea: expect transparent waters and picturesque views. You may even end up rubbing shoulders with a few celebrities. And don’t forget to take a closer look at the rest of Sicily while you are there.

You can see more of David’s colorful photography in his Italian Treasures gallery on Fine Art America.

Related Posts

Blackmailing Bunga Bunga Berlusconi?

Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano, and no friend of Silvio Berlusconi, published yesterday, an article claiming that investigations are under way in Milan into statements made by 17 year old Moroccan girl who is claiming she got all up close and personal (no longer – see October 28 update below) with one Silvio Berlusconi.

Just Plain Weird

I caught myself at it today, and I realised that I always do it. I live in Italy. I work in Italy. I speak to

Italy – The Reality Show

What with election shenanigans, media manipulation investigations, and other fun and games, those watching Italy could, perhaps, be forgiven for thinking that Italy is one huge great reality show. A surreal mix of Big Brother, X-Factor, and Love Island, perhaps?