Piazza Flaminio - Vittorio Veneto - Manuela Gisel Altoè - foto Renato Zanette Fotografo

Light like a swallow and not like a feather

Hello beautiful people, have you ever felt an immense desire for lightness? It happens to me when I get to face the weekend, after a busy week. Heavier and hectic is the week more I need lightness.
Having the mental ability to pass from heaviness to lightness without losing the sense of orientation is not easy.
Let go like a swallow, keeping control of the flight direction and do not stagger to the right and left, at the mercy of the wind like a feather…

What a nice feeling

Piazza Flaminio - Vittorio Veneto - Manuela Gisel Altoè - foto Renato Zanette FotografoLet’s say that the more hectic life is, the more these moments seem small gifts. when I had a lot of free time, I did not enjoy it like now. In this regard you can read this article that explains how to best love your life and your work.

The garment of clothing that most represents this state of mind is the tulle skirt.
It remind me Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City (Carrie Bradshaw).

I put the skirt in tulle with a comfortable sweatshirt and a t-shirt, it’s a comfortable outfit but remains feminine and magical.

It’s all about Dani Shop in Vittorio Veneto. This look makes me feel carefree. The glasses are by Alain Mikli and you can find them at Ottica Piccin in Via Daniele Manin 146 in Vittorio Veneto.

Square Marcantonio Flaminio (Platea Magna)

I’m walking to Piazza Falminio (Platea Magna) in Serravalle di Vittorio Veneto, which brings with it the weight of centuries of conflict and rebirth. In fact, the ancient Piazza di Serravalle, located a few steps from the steps leading to the Sanctuary of Sant’Augusta, dates back to Roman times. Serravalle has always been the object of conquest due to its strategic geographical position. Then the Lombards, the Hungarians passed by and then the powerful Da Camino family arrived, who took possession of it from 1154 to 1335 and brought economic development and wealth. Subsequently came the Venetians of the Serenissima who brought trade and industry, mainly armories, foundries of bells and the silk industry. Later it passed under the dominion of Napoleon, the Lombard-Veneto kingdom and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Last but not least was the siege of the World Wars in particular was the scene of the last Battle of 1918, for the war of 15-18. So you can see, in the architectural variety of the Palazzi of Piazza Flaminio, all these centuries of history, with alternating periods of flourishing wealth and periods of raw conflicts of blood and poverty.

For more information on the Palaces you can download this PDF from the tourist site of the City of Vittorio Veneto and also the guide of Vittorio Veneto on Zainoo.com.

Heaviness and lightness are two sides of the same coin, one can not exist without the other.

How much weight is there in lightness? Think about it.

Good life and good shopping.


PHOTOS by RENATO ZANETTE  PHOTOGRAPHER