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photopf · 6 years ago
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Do you remember that Fall, whit blue potatoes?
one year ago, Creative Shepard Farm, NY, near Rome
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photopf · 6 years ago
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July’s fullmoon 2016 on Leipziger roofs
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photopf · 6 years ago
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Insalata di farro per un pic nic estivo:      Summer emmer salad with veggies:
 - farro perlato (da cuocere 40 minuti)     - emmer (you boil it 40 minutes)
 - broccoli (da cuocere 15 o 20 minuti     - broccoli (you boil them 15 or 20 min col farro)                                                    with the emmer)
 - pomodori ciliegini rossi e gialli              - red and yellow cherry tomatoes
 - radicchio                                               - radicchio (salad variety)
 - capperi e/o olive                                   - capers and olives
 - prezzemolo                                          - parsley    
 - olio d’oliva, sale e pepe                       - olive oil, salt and pepper
According to the”Bread Cakes and Ale” blog’s rich description and translation of farro in English, farro perlato is emmer and not spelt, which is general name for farro.
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photopf · 6 years ago
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Insalata di farro per un pic nic
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photopf · 6 years ago
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Sehnsuhcht e nostalgia...
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photopf · 6 years ago
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1st of July - Canada Independence day in Fredericton, New Brunswick
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photopf · 6 years ago
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1 year ago, the full moon of last june 2015 in Jemseg, New Brunswick, Canada at Mike place. The full moon with Mike at work in his fantastic farm. Thank you for that time and we will write you more...now that so many things and places are gone we still remember with love and a lot of gratitude for your good way to show, teach and explain things!
It was our first wwoof experience in Canada at the Jemseg Farm, so at that moment we didn’t know, but we realized soon and always again along our journey, how important it is (and not for granted...not at all) to be with someone who really want to exchange and show his knowledge! Thank you Mike!
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photopf · 6 years ago
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Jamseg Farm, New Brunswick, Canada
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photopf · 6 years ago
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And where are we now?
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photopf · 6 years ago
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Maracuja Plant in the attic.
Passion fruit which probably will never come, because we are not in a tropical country anymore...but it remember us about them very good, growing fast every day and expanding his arms and leaves on the window light source.
no, we are in the “cold” central Europe, in Europe again, and our greenhouse now is under the window of our room
...and cold is it actually not at all, the summer is exploded (especially in an attic) we are just in time following our original travel plan of escaping the winter! we are at home again. Are we? what’s Home? the home is in continuing search process, that means the travel will never end! as for everybody!
The travel does never end!!!
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photopf · 6 years ago
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Photos selections let me suffer like the city traffic when you really don’t need it. But love is love.
I think at two good friends with this picture now. It was in Bogotá, Colombia, in January 2016, but the friends are home in Italy. They love murals, they do murals and they love each other and know what is a kiss. Over everybody.
The kiss.
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photopf · 6 years ago
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il BorgoTONDO a
#borgorotondo #liguria, @andovadofranzo mi ricordo i tuoi spaesamenti liguri e non spaesandomi tra mari e monti :)
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photopf · 6 years ago
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Nuova Luna d’Aprile - wieder in Leipzig
Here you are in Leipzig, here we are in an other world, I feel in an other Planet, even if I just changed continent or country.
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photopf · 6 years ago
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Wlcome Home!
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photopf · 6 years ago
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Cuenca, Sierra region, south of Ecuador, 2550 m high. One of the most beautiful cities of South America I visited, of course the best of Ecuador, but It’s just my opinion. And the countryside is even better.
Cuenca was founded by the Inca prince Tùpac Yupanqui, who married the Cañari Cacique’s douther. Cuenca’s name was “Tomebamba”, that means: wide valley. It was the northern city of the Inca’s empire.
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photopf · 6 years ago
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For all photo-friends and not only socialist :)
well, sorry, it’s not so straight, I mean: the very crooked frame
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photopf · 6 years ago
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un paguro nel muro
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