Photo-Blog Day Two – Lake Como

I’ve never minded seeing things in a little bit of a blur (one of the many side benefits of perennial short-sightedness). There is a certain charm in the unknown; free for romantic spirits to roam wild and for our imaginations to blossom.

– Lake Como

15 Comments Add yours

  1. Marie says:

    Love this shot. So dreamy, so romantic. The city blurs in this just dreamy fashion, just gorgeous.

    1. Jolene says:

      Thanks Marie, it was a lovely day. And I’m a romantic at heart 😜

  2. Vy says:

    My dream destination!!

    1. Jolene says:

      Go go go! The cruise on the lake is amazing.

  3. Basically a field day for the imagination!! Your photography is so wonderful❤ It makes the entire experience so much more better.

    1. Jolene says:

      Thank you 😊

  4. Len Kagami says:

    Magnificent! The weather is perfect for a trip to the lake, isnt’t it 🙂

    1. Jolene says:

      You gotta be kidding Len! You should know how Asians (particularly female Asians) hate the sun!? I’m practically cooked by now… (Just kidding)

      1. Len Kagami says:

        Haha I know 🙂 I mean perfect weather to make photo of the lake, not for walking around. I prefer sitting under a tree than walking around under Italy’ scorching sun. It was hot in Eastern Europe as well. I got tanned!

      2. Jolene says:

        Ohhh poor you.

      3. Len Kagami says:

        I wore SPF 50+ but it did not work at all 🙂 The sun ray was too intensive.

  5. Love the pretty colors of this picture

    1. Jolene says:

      Thanks Evelina – I was attracted by the colours too… 😊

  6. Michaela says:

    Beautiful! 💕

    1. Jolene says:

      Thank you Michaela 🙂

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