Naples, Balconies

Naples Balcony 3

These balconies tell their own tale of Naples, creaking hinges on derelict doors lead only to outside storage, crumbling concrete and rusty rails. No flowers, the occasional weed, just a washing line and a cable. 

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18 responses to “Naples, Balconies

  1. Nice theme – well pictured

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  2. I’m always amazed with balconies regarding the many electric cables protruding or meandering. In Malaga recently we had a thunderstorm one early morning and a hell of a bang and flash ….. it was some cables on a balcony across the narrow street from our bedroom. Took two men all day in pouring rain to repair.

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  3. And these balconies equipped with baskets and rope to fetch the fruit from the street sellers? 🙂 my Naples all time favourite!

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  4. I love seeing what catches someone’s eye when traveling.

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  5. maristravels

    Suitably broken down, as they should be!

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  6. A bit more run down than some of the other series you’ve posted. Still, it’s definitely authentic!

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  7. The derelict balconies have a certain beauty and they make for stunning photos.

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