The house of a poet
Certaldo is the name of a small village in the middle of Tuscany. It is the birthplace of a great poet who built the history of the italian language. Il Signor Boccaccio.... Around there are vineyards and olive trees fields until your eyes can see. Jason and Monique came all the way from Australia to see this magical place, to say "I do" under the ancient fresco ceiling.
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The old courtyard
Imagine an old courtyard, a place lost in time where once you could see the animals that spent their day in the sun, and the farmers got up at dawn to work the fields. Back in those days there was always a big party on saturdays and everyone came from nearby fields to have a glass of wine and eat together and forget the toil of work while waiting for the day of rest. This is the atmosphere that I felt while I took these photographs and I was reminded of the stories of the elderly I heard as a child. A dive in a past that is not so distant. Olive in Love wedding planner Villa Podernovo Grace loves Lace
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The wind raised for us
Take me somewhere far away, take me to a place where we can be just what we like to be and where I can fly like this breeze that moves the leafs. Let me feel the earth underneath, let me laugh and cry and let me remember as I never  want to forget. I wonder if she knew she was a muse to me... Casa Cornacchi Charlotte Elise Dodd Stiatti Fiori Rue de Seine
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When the abbey has no roof
There is a magic place in Tuscany that seem to come out from a Middle Ages storybook. Is the Abbey with no roof..the Abbey of San Galgano. This is the place that Brian and Louise have chosen for their wedding. Under a cloudy sky they looked each other and said I do while a music of violins danced in the air and the rain waited to fall. Thank you Brian and Louise for choosing my homeland for your special day and thank you for letting me try this unique experience.   Italian Style Weddings Divi e Divine Chiara Sperti Flowers
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