Cianciana Webcams

The Webcams  capture sites and sights just around the corner and down the street from Elizabeth’s studio (MacFlip4 required).

It’s been pouring for an hour, and either neighbors are slamming their doors in unison, or it’s thundering, too. Absent Kare 11 TV Weather,   I flipped on the village’s webcams to see if it were worth going out.  I found my answer: YES, but  I can expect my  umbrella to be whipped inside out.

The Cameras capture sites and sights just around the corner and down the street ( Flip4Mac may be required).

Anyhow, today is a far cry from recent days — (gallery below is a random sample from those  sunnier moments!)

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lorraine Delehanty
    Mar 25, 2013 @ 17:16:57

    Oh dear. So many images to paint. The landscape, trees, stairway, blue door, even the carefully or not so carefully packed car. Cianciana looks like a dream to me. Enjoy.



  2. mebtravelling - U.S. to India & Back (& Around)
    Mar 25, 2013 @ 18:52:05

    Lorraine, you’d go crazy painting here at Elizabeth’s place!



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