Reading the Newspaper


Reading the newspaper every morning seems to be only a male behavior. At least in Italy.

I saw some women enjoying the same rite, not in Italy, but in Amsterdam or New York

Reading the Newspaper
1) Reading the Newspaper Originally uploaded by Davide Cherubini All rights reserved – 2,226 views – 198 comments – 133 faves – taken in Naples, Campania (map) on Sep 24, 2006 – visit the website of Davide Cherubini at

I giocatori nel tempio
2) title=”I giocatori nel tempio”
by Rino Palma, on Flickr

Reading the newspaper, the daily Blogger post, old books, new books – and to talk about the latest informations ironically with friends: That’s the kind of daily mental food, which are needed – for both genders, male AND female, what do you think?

I like the work of the Italian photographer Davide Cherubini. This shot features one of the most important rites in Italy …
The photo subtitle: Sedil Dominova Sorrento Provincia di NapoliFlickr Explore Front Page on 28th of May 2007
3) title=”united types of newspapers” by Frizztext, on Flickr
united types of newspapers

sorrento, sedile dominova
4) “sorrento, sedile dominova”
by ben oït, on Flickr

N = Newspaper (The New York Times)+born to be
both photos (5+6) by frizztext on flickr

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writer, photographer, guitarist

11 responses to “Reading the Newspaper

  1. Completely.. I tend to go on my own blog also often, to read wht I have written previously.. Feels Good.. Plus reading Others blogs, online newspapers of different countries is fun too..


  2. I read every day, but steer clear of newspapers.

    In my opinion, the risk of reading all the “doom and gloom” exceeds the rewards.


  3. I suppose that in few years people will not have papers but iPad or tablet so let’s imagine the same scenery but with tablets!


  4. congrats to your new website, Davide,
    I’ll add that link!


  5. Poor dog… All those ink marks. LOL! 🙂


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