Cetona in Tuscany, Italy is one of those hidden jewels. A hilltown with wonderful local restaurants, and a vibrancy of life we didn't see in every hilltown that we visited.
Although many of the buildings are very old - ancient by American standards - they are well cared for and have literally stood the test of time.
When we visited Italy, especially Florence, I was intrigued by the abstract designs of roof tops and light on the buildings which appear in a somewhat and very interesting random arrangement.
|"Cetona, Italy" 12" x 16" on Wallis Belgium Mist sanded paper|