A traveler photo gallery of daily life through Tuscany & the Amalfi Coast
By Bud Ellison, 4-time traveler & Vacation Ambassador, Florence, Alabama
I’ve learned that the best part of retirement is having the freedom to travel and explore the world’s treasures. Retirement has also given me the opportunity to develop my lifelong interest in photography. Using my camera, I try to capture details that reveal the essence of the people, landscapes, architecture, and life of the places I visit. My wife Lois and I chose to travel on Grand Circle’s Tuscany & the Amalfi Coast vacation last year—not only for the country’s historical significance, but also because of its food, wine, and astonishing beauty. I hope you enjoy viewing the photos below as much as I enjoyed taking them:
Windows on the Ponte Vecchio (“Old Bridge”) in Florence
Fresh laundry hanging in Montepulciano
Shoes on display in Montepulciano
A lone dining table in Montepulciano
Interior details at the Cathedral of Siena
A typical Sunday morning in Cortona
Exterior building decor in Orvieto
The view leaving Sorrento
The Arco Onorario in Pompei, with Mount Vesuvius in the background
You can also view photos from some of our other Grand Circle and OAT trips on my website at www.budellison.com.
View the vibrant window displays and everyday sidewalk scenes of Italy on our Tuscany & the Amalfi Coast vacation.