Sicilian Impressions: Snow

I’m kicking off 2015 with a series of photographic posts titled Sicilian impressions, which illustrate my tiny piece of the intricate mosaic which is Sicily.

Images from my personal exploration of small towns, landscape, landmarks, culture and the delicate little stories surrounding them.

Over the New Year we had a cold snap here and the snow gradually isolated us from the rest of the world. It was a blissful way to start the year, playing and enjoying the magical way the snow transforms the landscape into something magical.

These photo’s are dedicated to who has never seen snow …

Snowing in Sicily

First snowfall 2014

Palazzo Draghi, ME

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4 thoughts on “Sicilian Impressions: Snow

    1. Yes, winters here used to be terribly harsh. I have heard many stories about people being isolated for months, in the period you mentioned too. Floresta is the highest comune in Sicily, one winter they had to have supplies dropped by helicopter. But since I’ve been here there has been hardly any snow, apart from Etna.

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