We were constantly amazed at the way the Italians had made this steep cliff work for them, building houses and creating terraces where they grew flowers, vegetables, lemons, grapes and olives.
This is called ‘the Walk of the gods’ – yes, it clings to the cliff edge all the way – not good for Hub’s vertigo, but he made it! Sensational views.
Look at the extraordinary root structure of this palm.
I love this battered, patched old urn with flowers (or are those weeds?) growing out of it. Reminds me of myself …
Mercury’s beautiful foot from the Villa Cimbrone garden in Ravello
mountain village opposite Ravello (loved Ravello!)
… and one for all you cat lovers – I was waiting for the bus when I spotted this feline in the warmth and shade of a taxi. Cats, eh – they know all the best places.