Thursday, June 25, 2009

Virtually there.

More, more, more. 

We are certainly being spoilt for choice here as three new webcams have been set up in Positano. Take your pick of the hour to watch and enjoy splendid photos of the town in sunset and sunrise.

positano-webcam

Perched high above in Liparlati (meaning ‘once spoken of ’), one can almost take in the scenery as you would from the town’s gorgeous cemetery which reflects the architectural layout of the town.

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The next camera is placed on the  Buca di Bacco on the main beach, but facing towards Praiano and L’Incanto Beach.

 

 

 Ripresa delle ore 14:00

 

And then we are back to the dock area again from yet a different angle, spanning the two towers towards Fornillo Beach.

Ripresa delle ore 07:00

 

sometimes these images change…

So with this, I’ll leave you my friends, as my holiday means sporadic internet at best. I’ll try to post occasionally if I can manage to have it installed at my place. Otherwise we’ll see you in September.

Have a great summer!

21 comments:

Lucia said...

That was beautiful and I will definitely miss your posts, I hope you will have internet!!!

Elra said...

Scintilla,
this is amazing post. I really enjoy all those photos. I'l be in Italy in September. Will definitely come here.

Paul Anater said...

Enjoy your holiday! Your posts are like a mini vacation for me and I will miss them this summer.

Nancy - Girl in Giro said...

Wow..... How great that you have such a nice long vacation! I'll be in Posi between August 4 and 18, maybe we'll run into each other at Pupetto!

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Thanks Scintilla...I do hope you manage to get the internet ... that seems months and months away...its only June!!! Enjoy your hols, sure you will :-) :-)

Delwyn said...

Hi Scintilla

I hope that you have a lovely family holiday and I look forward to your next update...meanwhile I can perv via the webcam...

Happy Days

molly said...

Have a great summer. Your blog is always so fun! I'll keep checking back to see the webcams and do some wishful thinking...

Proud Italian Cook said...

Have a wonderful summer! See you in September.
Hugs,
Marie

casalba said...

Hope you have a lovely summer. See you in September - virtually. xxx Sally

nyc/caribbean ragazza said...

have a great summer!

Chef Chuck said...

Thanks this is great views I will enjoy!

Italybride said...

Thank you for your kind wishes! Our wedding was the most wonderful day and we really fell in love with Positano! We are so thrilled to have such special memories of this wonderful place! Look forward to keeping up to date with the town via your blog!

Best wishes. x.

peenkfrik said...

This is definitely one place I want to visit! :)

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Stunning photos. Have a great summer yourself!

Bella said...

Gosh, your photos help me believe that I am in Italy. Will you post again, since it is July now? Thanks for stopping by my blog too and I apologize for not visiting you sooner! Roz (bella)

Bella said...

Gosh, your photos help me believe that I am in Italy. Will you post again, since it is July now? Thanks for stopping by my blog too and I apologize for not visiting you sooner! Roz (bella)

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Fifi Flowers said...

ABSOLUTELY gorgeous! watch out for those camera... they may capture YOU on film!

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Lola said...

Thank you for that! Lovely to be able to see Positano "in diretta!"

We're back from holiday and just now able to catch up with life, bills, blogging etc...

We didn't make it down to Positano this year, and that is quite sad. Work and finances stopped me from coming, but who knows.

Big hug and ciao,
~Lola