tagged i

Every Tuesday, step by step, I’m walking with my readers from A to Z, last week we had H (visit tagged H), so this week we have i – I’m sure you’ll find a story or a short reflection tagged with “i”! Feel free to add in the comments the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “i”!!! Myself I’ll feature i for Italians:

ITALIAN

I’m lucky to have many grandsons. Some of them are half German, half Italian, because one of my daughters married an Italian. So we spent many weeks for example in Venice, where she studied and had her wedding. Lazy, laid back, no car traffic, just some water taxis, many restaurants etc.: Venice is a city for looking back, write down some results, read. I liked to feel my German self like a native Italian, when tourists asked me which way they should go to find the central station …
Italians-8
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related:
tagged H
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https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/02/22/italians-in-an-old-shoe-box/
latest news from Italy:
topless feminist protesting vs. Silvio Berlusconi
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/picturesoftheday/9892185/Pictures-of-the-day-25-February-2013.html?frame=2491764

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63 responses to “tagged i

  1. better late than never, hi frizz , here’s my entry for story/photo challenge Tagged I: ICE http://starlight427.wordpress.com/2013/03/08/tagged-i-ice-ice-and-lots-of-ice/

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    • “…hubby works as a senior marine officer in one of the biggest shipping companies whose office is based in Norway. Since his job takes him to almost all parts of the globe, i urged him to make photo taking as a hobby…”
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      thanks to both of you: so we can share all those breath-taking moments!

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  4. I hope it is not too late! Here is my interpretation, Frizz!
    http://ilargia64.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/tagged-i-it-is-not-an-illusion/
    Hugs from Spain!

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  6. Hey FT! I’m posting http://travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/2013/03/02/wild-weekly-photo-challenge-lost-in-the-details/ . Because I’m showing so many creatures INSIDE of other things :-)

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  7. Hi Frizz,
    Your B&W photo is wonderful! Here is my response to your ‘I’ challenge. It is the Irish Coast. http://naomibaltuck.wordpress.com/2012/06/11/travel-theme-ocean-and-the-irish-seashore/

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  8. Amy

    Hi Frizz, You are so lucky, and I’m envious! So… I decided to do Italy :D
    Here is my contribution: http://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2013/03/01/tagged-i-italy/

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    • “(Italian) food is twice blessed because it is the product of two arts, the art of cooking and the art of eating…” – yes, Amy, it is a lifestyle, a ritual, to sit together at a long table and share the time … – I’m glad to have Italian relatives …

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    • thank you for: “…To the Inuit tribe, formerly Eskimos of the Canadian Arctic, the Inukshuit (plural of inukshuk) were communication and survival signposts placed in strategic locations in the desolate Arctic regions…”

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  15. how civilised is your subject and a lovely illustration of Italy (and they have just upset the european applecart) – my post is somewhat opposed to Italian flavour
    http://eljaygee.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/story-challenge-iconoclasts/

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  17. Hey Frizz I finally joined your challenge. I see lots of ice cream… :-)
    http://wp.me/pN0M1-1vK

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    • dear Rosie, that has been a very wise and proud answer by your father:
      you wrote:
      About a year before my father died I interviewed him at my kitchen table.
      “Where were you born?” I said
      “That’s not important. I was born in bed,” was his answer.
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      Frizz: India, Israel, Italy or Iceland – no matter where you were thrown in by birth: it is important, what YOU are doing with yourself!

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  20. I couldn’t resist this challenge, Frizz. I’ve been away for a while and got on today to see this challenge. Perfect ….!!!!
    I would love to go to Italy. I understand there is a lot of old world architecture and culture in the small towns even today. How wonderful i would be to experience. Hope you enjoy my entry ….
    http://insidethemindofisadora.wordpress.com/2013/02/26/isadora/
    Isadora

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  21. Such a sophisticated way to start the day – men look so good in suits! Not to mention in Venice, on a verandah reading the newspaper!

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  23. Good morning. I love Italy; my only photos from there are hard copy prints… I was there before I owned a digital camera. I must scan them.
    Here is my entry for I http://angelinem.wordpress.com/2013/02/26/the-letter-i/

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  26. This is indeed a beautiful, and very relaxed photograph. Together, the use of monochrome, and the fact that the gentleman is reading the newspaper and not an electronic book, makes the scene a bit nostalgic…

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  27. Here is mine: http://wp.me/p23TG1-2gr

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  29. I love the
    I liked to feel my German self like a native Italian, when tourists asked me which way they should go to find the central station …
    We had that experience in Edinburgh many years ago!

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    • dear Rosie, that has been a very wise and proud answer by your father:
      you wrote:
      About a year before my father died I interviewed him at my kitchen table.
      “Where were you born?” I said
      “That’s not important. I was born in bed,” was his answer.
      +
      Frizz: India, Israel, Italy or Iceland – no matter where you were thrown in by birth: it is important, what YOU are doing with yourself!

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  30. Quite a collection. I especially enjoy the black-and-white.

    From Italy to France: This one is to tickle you kitty love:

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  31. When I was younger, I always wished I were Italian. My childhood friend was and her family was so interesting and fun and the meals! MMMM.
    Although I have been to visit Italy twice, I need to go for a longer time and travel all around. I like your “I”

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  32. Hi Frizz! I’ve always wanted to visit Italy – I have a feeling that the laid back, effusive, warm, and romantic vibe would appeal to me greatly. I love this photograph as well. I have a weakness for monochrome photos.

    I’m in today with some dessert love: I is for Ice Kachang and Indonesian Mixed Fruits. Here it is:
    http://wp.me/pDlzr-5hV

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