Three months ago I had the good fortune of going with a group of artists to a little town in Umbria called Todi. The town was quaint and safe and I explored almost every corner. Well, there weren’t really many corners because the town is on a hill and everything seems to be in a circle, with small roads winding in and out and up and down. I spent a lot of time with my images when I first got back, enough that they started to bore me. But today I revisited them, and I discovered some that I had hardly noticed before. Here is one of my favorites. It’s similar to another I have printed, but there is more fog and more detail in the valley. If you hadn’t noticed already, I LOVE FOG!! This was the view to which I awakened every morning and often while brushing my teeth I was pressing the shutter button at the same time. It has some resemblance to my beloved Virginia except that Umbria’s hills are green, while our views seem to pick up the reflection of our Blue Ridge Mountains.