Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Capri and the Blue Grotto

This is a better photo from Krupp Garden of the blue sea and boats around Capri.

Wildflowers growing on the cliffs. Maybe it's a weed. Even the weeds are beautiful.

Waiting to catch a wave into the Blue Grotto. Everyone but the boat boy has to get down, so you don't whack your head or other body parts.

Better than Disneyland.


Tui said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous & gorgeous!

Thanks for posting this! I hope that Angelo feels well enough so that we can visit Capri together sometime soon.

So glad to hear that you're feeling happier. I agree about yoga being a powerful thing. It makes such a difference when I practice yoga.

Even a few poses throughout the day help me. (One of the benefits of working from home is that you can do the plough stand on your head whenever you want!)

Thanks again for posting these pics! :)

Anonymous said...

That last photo is amazing. What color!

homebody at heart said...


Hope Angelo feels better soon, too!


Yes, the color is unbelievable and it is all natural light from the opening and the white sand on the bottom of the sea. (No photoshopped photos here, although I sometimes have to lighten my photos if they were taken in low light without flash.)

joe@italyville.com said...

Great photos! crazy but for all the traveling I have done in Italy... STILL haven't seen Capri. Bad, Bad, bad. I like your blog. Joe

homebody at heart said...

Hi Joe,

Thanks for the comment! I'm not sure that I would have gone to Capri, myself, as it has a bit of a reputation as a "tourist trap". But, I think that it was well worth the visit as it is an incredibly beautiful place and such beauty fills the soul with happiness. Oh, and I've got lots and lots of photos of Italy yet to go thanks to the wonders of digital photography and those 4 MB chips:)