Was the Cathedral of San Rufino haunted? Almost every time I went in there and took pictures, some percentage came out blurred.
And since I only posted a fraction of the wall photos I took, here are a few more.
Just so you know: the first bird (below) was applied by Romans something like 2,000 years ago! It’s under the city on a wall featuring 90+ distinct birds.
The ghosts of Ruffino! I can’t wait to visit them again. This time I will be more open to conversation. Maybe they speak a bit of English! The street ghosts scrambled my camera. Rufino’s were orderly orbs. Must have been nuns. Did you get a vibe from yours?
Ooh so glad to see your shots of the cathedral. I never did make it underground. And, BTW, you were the one that got me looking at all those blurry photos differently!
Even in less dramatic situations, I am a believer in the spirit world. In Assisi they were running wild and crazy – in the hills, in the basements of churches, and on the streets. My kind of ghosts!
Wow…your blurs and Ginny’s orbs, among your other evocative photos make me want to go to Assisi. I always regretted that we didn’t make it there on our one trip to Tuscany. How is your back?
Assisi is a great spot to visit! My back is a ton better. Thank goodness. On Sunday, I had to go up the stairs on all fours.
Your photos of Assisi bring back such great memories. I felt the vibes in many places in Italy and very bad ones in northern France.
Those pics are something! Kind of how my days feel 😉 Isn’t it nice to have good memories to visit now and again?!
How have I aloud myself to get so busy that I’m always finding myself having to catch up on your post and comments .. yes as Grace said read the comments. The pictures here are AMAZING simply amazing.
It happens to me all the time! Don’t worry about it. Glad to hear from you tho and happy to keep up on Instagram