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Monday
Sep192011

Where in the world?

Morocco? Not quite. Just across the Mediterranean in Italy. Il Convento di Santa Maria di Constantino, Marittima in Puglia. I love the relaxed vibe of these shots by Australian award winning photographer Greg Elms.The light is soft and lovely, the colours rich (orange walls anyone?), the photographs intimate and revealing. Just a quickie to share Greg's wonderful work.

Reader Comments (6)

Wow, these are stunning. xxxx

19 Sep 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGAbi

Not my style, but beautiful! It's artistic and I enjoy the colors, besides, it's in Italy! :-)

Have a blessed week!!!
xo
Luciane

Orange walls---YES! The wall in that first photo is pretty close to the hot pepper color I've painted my old crumbling plaster dining room wall---the same color as my front door. When the thought first occurred to me to paint the wall that color, I was afraid I wouldn't like it. But now I've painted it and LOVE it. Nothing else could have resulted in its appropriateness. ;o)

19 Sep 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSparky

I'm MAD for these! Those orange walls remind me of a wonderful, crumbling, vine-covered place I stayed in Mexico City long, long ago. Makes me want to run to the paint store immediately.

19 Sep 2011 | Unregistered Commentertopaz

All cushions & rugs are just so beautiful. Thanks:)

20 Sep 2011 | Unregistered Commenteranordinarywoman.net

Great photos ! I can see the designer took some inspiration from Morocco and mixed the Italian vibe with it.Morocco is by far the best design and architecture I have seen. Moroccans are not afraid of color.

25 Feb 2012 | Unregistered Commentercuisine marocaine

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