The Arno: a year in photos

Melinda Gallo captures Florence’s river

Melinda Gallo
November 24, 2016 - 10:33
January: Candy floss clouds and lone "renaiolo" / photo by Melinda Gallo Candy floss clouds and lone "renaiolo" / photo by Melinda Gallo February: Sliver of silver looking east / photo by Melinda Gallo Sliver of silver looking east / photo by Melinda Gallo March: Windows on Florence / photo by Melinda Gallo Windows on Florence / photo by Melinda Gallo April: Fireball to the west / photo by Melinda Gallo Fireball to the west / photo by Melinda Gallo May: Browns and blues / photo by Melinda Gallo Browns and blues / photo by Melinda Gallo June: Shadow play / photo by Melinda Gallo Shadow play / photo by Melinda Gallo July: Feeling thunderous / photo by Melinda Gallo Feeling thunderous / photo by Melinda Gallo August: dusk or dawn / photo by Melinda Gallo Dusk or dawn? / photo by Melinda Gallo September: sweet pink / photo by Melinda Gallo Sweet pink / photo by Melinda Gallo October: Paradise calling / photo by Melinda Gallo Paradise calling / photo by Melinda Gallo November: On the weir / photo by Melinda Gallo On the weir / photo by Melinda Gallo December: Lights on / photo by Melinda Gallo Lights on / photo by Melinda Gallo

 

 

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