IF SOMEONE ASKED YOU WHAT COLOR THE SKY IS, WHAT WOULD YOU SAY? [Shey Stahl]

sabato 7 novembre 2015

Day Seven

Guess who was the first one to get up today? It was Gaia, who, after spending a few days at the mountains, had to go back to work. See the two white spots? The bigger one is the moon and the other is a planet! I was told so by Gaia herself, and I believe her because she's a space scientist!

Gaia - Trieste, Italy - 5.55 am

There was somebody else up early on this Saturday morning: Amalia!

Amalia - Sorbolo a Levante, Brescello, Reggio Emilia, Italy - 6.30 am

Amalia - Sorbolo a Levante, Brescello, Reggio Emilia, Italy - 6.30 am
I've just received a stunning picture from Daniela (yes, sometimes people send me pictures even after the day's post has already been put online. That's okay, I just go back and update the post).

Daniela - Sissa, Parma, Italy - 7.00 am

Gaia took another picture of the sky a bit later. Maybe she was having breakfast? Were you, Gaia? What did you have? Coffe? Biscuits? Broccoli? Tell us!
 
Gaia - Trieste, Italy - 7.30
I just took a cup of tea and stepped out in the garden.

Chiara - Berlin, Germany - 8.00 am

And I can imagine that Serena, too, might have liked a nice cup of tea!

Serena - Vinci, Florence, Italy - 9.00 am

Some of us really are lucky, we live in such wonderful places! See this picture, that Emanuela sent in!


Emanuela - Cervia, Ravenna, Italy - 10.30 am
Patrizia walks through Rome and there are ancient walls everywhere.

Patrizia - Rome, Italy - 10.40 am

Patrizia - Rome, Italy - 10.45 am


I walked to the neighborhood bookshop to look for a book that my son needs for school, and noticed that some people are ready for Christmas!

Chiara - Berlin, Germany - 10.50 am
I didn't find the book, so I turned back.

Chiara - Berlin, Germany - 11.10 am
On the way home I stopped at the supermarket for some grocery shopping and brought back frozen pizzas for lunch.

Chiara - Berlin, Germany - 12.00 pm

Celenia was in Florence today, and the sky was bluer than blue!

Celenia - Florence, Italy - 12.15 pm

Celenia - Florence, Italy - 12.15 pm
Celenia - Florence, Italy - 1.57 pm
Serena run away from foggy Vinci:

Serena - Lamporecchio, Pistoia, Italy - 2.00 pm

Gaia was on fire, today, and leaving work she took another picture of the sky!

Gaia - Trieste, Italy - 2.20 pm

The fog finally left Vinci in the afternoon, and Serena was there to provide documentary evidence for the rest of us.

Serena - Vinci, Florence, Italy - 3.00 pm

Marisa finished a nordic-walking session and realized that no less than Virgil was looking down upon her.

Marisa - Mantua, Italy - 4.00 pm
Gabriella could admire the sunset from her window, and decided to share it with us.

Gabriella - Lecce, Italy - 5.00 pm
And, speaking of sunsets: Benedetta took pictures of the one she could enjoy tonight.

Benedetta - Trieste, Italy - 5.15 pm

A big, big thank you to all of you who keep sending pictures!

You make this project alive! So alive, in fact, that it has already been mentioned by Celenia, one enthusiastic contributor, in her blog about pedagogy.
Looking at the sky can be educational! Keep doing so!

Somebody agrees in Rome, as this picture that Patrizia sent in shows: it says look at the sky.

Patrizia - Rome, Italy




6 commenti:

  1. Oggi mi piace particolarmente leggere e vedere le foto perchè non ho messo nemmeno il naso fuori di casa, non ho idea di come fosse il cielo da me! :D

    RispondiElimina
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    1. Ti abbiamo portato il cielo in casa :)

      Elimina
  2. Una delle cose che adoro della Toscana è proprio la mutevolezza (verso il bello): se al mattino c'è la nebbia, non è detto che il pomeriggio non ci riservi un cielo terso e spettacolare. Grazie per aver condiviso anche le mie foto nonostante non siano di qualità. :)

    RispondiElimina
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    1. Qui si guardano i cieli, la qualità dello scatto è un optional :)
      E poi comunque erano belle! Grazie!

      Elimina
  3. I would have liked! Unfortunately only water for me at 7.30 am. I had my breakfast at 5.15 am! ;-)

    RispondiElimina
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    1. I see! Well, thanks for satisfying our curiosity ;)

      Elimina