A Stylish Wedding at Piazza del Campo in Siena, Italy

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A Stylish Wedding in Siena, Italy

On the next leg of our summer in Italy, Scott and I found ourselves in Siena, the embodiment of a medieval city and jewel of Tuscany.

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This was another golden, cloudless day strolling the Piazza del Campo. Locals and visitors enjoyed the slow pace of a warm afternoon. Children frolicked with pigeons on the moss-covered pastel bricks.

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Our mission was to select the daily dose of gelato: gianduia (chocolate/hazelnut) for me and a double scoop of limone and stracciatella for Scott.

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We happened upon a stylish scene and enjoyed watching the wedding festivities unfold.

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Undoubtedly, Italy boasts some of the most elegant, stylish people-watching in the world. There are times, while traveling, where a moment just captures our attention and the camera helps it come to life. This was one of those moments for us, in Tuscany, the jewel of Siena.

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Now that’s amore!

Ciao!

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Such beautiful photos of a truly memorable experience! Italy surprises and delights at every turn! Hope you had a Happy Halloween and have a great week! xoxo

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Did you walk quietly into the back of the church and witness the wedding itself? I have had a difficult time leaving the awesome (literally) stone churches of Sienna (especially in summer when they are also so cool).

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It was VERY warm when we were visiting there in July. You are right, the stone buildings were a cool respite. I’ll be posting on the apartment where we stayed that was originally a monastery. Very cool place. As for the wedding, we couldn’t see much when we glanced into the ceremony. Would have loved to have been inside! ;)
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Wouldn’t that be fun, Leslie? As you can tell, these are some of my favorite posts to put together. It DOES feel like reliving that stylish afternoon in Siena. Have a wonderful week!
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Heather, your photographs are beautiful, and the one with the children and the pigeons and the moss-covered pastel bricks is prize-winning!

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Just gorgeous.

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These photos were such a treat Heather. I love people watching and your photos captured such colorful details I felt like I was there in Italy with you!

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