While in Italy, I had one day to travel to Naples, so I hit the streets. It’s a great way to explore a place, to see things I otherwise might not. These were one man’s impressions of a day in Naples.
A short stop at a small rail station on the train from Rome to Naples
Kids playing soccer on one of the plazas
An old clock tower built into the wal
Woman with a red scarf in front of the blue dress
The religious icons along the streets reminded me of India
Men wearing hats
Woman selling fish at street side stand
Fish for sale
A street side shop, my favorite photograph of the day
Woman in the window
The stripped motor bike
The bronze polishing shop
Restaurant on the road
The vegetable stand
Hope you enjoyed it, feel free to share it, and see you next week…
😀 Love the clock on the wall and love the chaotic “work in progress” feel in all the vendors. There is nothing neat and tidy, here.
Naples is grungy, i loved it
When I was in Naples in 2009 I saw a number of people who looked like they walked off the set of the Sopranos. Great City.
It sure is!
Interesting photos as always. Some many details to look at. The spire, airplane and something to the right of the spire all in the space at the same time. I have a question. How do you embed your name in the photograph. It’s like a watermark. I need to know how to do this.
I do it upon export from lightroom, its easy to do there. Oh, and thats a bird in the frame with the spire and plane…
I like them al, but I really like the restaurant on the road photo. Did you like Naples? I would like to have spent more time there. After arriving from northern Italy it was gritty and raw. I am not sure I loved it but I think I could if given more time.
Jeff, thats my favorite photo as well, i loved Naples, but ive always preferred the gritty parts of cities…
I love all things in Italy, such a great place for photographs.
It truly is, thanks!
Naples is a town of Italy, but Italians aren’t like neapolitans, they are much various from North to south 😉
Thats true, i definitely noticed some African flavor in Naples as well.