Saturday, July 23, 2011
Of all Italian salads, this simple masterpiece is the most ubiquitous. This is from an agriturismo in Piedmont, but the identical salad was eaten at breakfast in Sicily. I had this daily in the summer when I used to visit my grandfather in the country. Just tomatoes, onions and olives. The dressing is oil and vinegar. In Sicily we added a sprinkle of oregano and a salted sardine was also part of this healthful breakfast. The bread was home made in a wood fired oven. The lens was the Canon 24-105 F 4 L.
Friday, July 22, 2011
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Yes indeed. When it's hot I think of cold weather although I really despise the winter. Once again, this scene is fron Bryn Mar, Pennsylvania and the lens was the superlative Summicron 35mm F2. This was Kodachrome -X at the super speed of 64! Funny, really.