Tyrrhenian Sea…via Palermo–

IMG_0105 IMG_0103 IMG_0096 IMG_0091It’s morning in Palermo, Sicily, and I gotta do my morning walk. . .so I head to the waterfront walkway and do my thaaang!  The sun is rising over the Tyrrhenian Sea–a sea sailed by ancient Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, Africans, etc. and so on.  This air has been breathed by Homer, Augustus, Hannibal, Tiberius, and so many more, and now we have the honor of breathing it. . .inhale, exhale, inhale, exhale. . .I take in the air molecules and breathe out the air molecules. . .the exact same ones breathed by everyone who has ever lived and everyone who will ever live.  What an honor to be here now. . .what an honor.

Tons of stuff has gone down in this town. . .I highly recommend that you Google “Palermo, Sicily” for a little taste of the history of this place. . .even better, get on over here some time and check it out for yourself.  You will love Palermo. . .it’s a bit rough and gritty–she makes you work a bit to find her charms, but once you do start finding them, you may never want to leave.

I send you long-running vibes from Palermo, Sicily. . .feel them. . .they are oh-most-worthy of your attention.

To see more amazing images from around our teeny-tiny planet simply click on a location of your choice in the category menu on the ‘About’ page of this blog. . .dive on in. . .lots to see and only a little time.

It’s lovely out there.


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