We loved driving around and over the mountain where we have called home these past few days. Around every corner in the hills of Capaccio and the surrounding villages are homes made of stone that have surely been around for centuries. Some have seen better days. This one was once home to a proud local farmer, as everyone seems to be here. But through the fate of ages has lost its caretakers and fell into disrepair. But even I can see the potential for a home I could call my castle. It has a view to the fields below and to the sea that is to die for. What a story this building must have to tell. I would like to think I will be back someday with enough time to learn its history. We are sad to leave Capaccio today but thrilled to be off to stay a few days at Castello di Monterone in Perugia.
Nikon D610, 1/60 second at f/13, ISO 100, 28mm (28-300mm) - 1656
I am Robert McKay Jones, a photographer from Sterling, Massachusetts and North Fort Myers, FL. I take photographs almost every day. I post my favorites here.