When I first glanced at this, inside a dimly lit church, I could have sworn it was carpet. It isn’t, it’s some beautiful inlaid work. I was surprised it is not protected in some way, so many feet would have shuffled across this.
And, still looking down:
This time you have to look up, to see this lovely relief.
And, this one.
Park where you wish, outside a local bar, where they know how to make darn good caffè.
Although there is a department store on this block (with a supermarket in the basement), there are plenty of goods for sale on the street stalls.
I just liked this street corner, and the bright yellow car.
Good philosophy, youngster.
Inside Santa Maria in Trastevere.
One is for you, Marco.
Who is Ernest Olkowski? Why was he right?
So, I did all the hard work for you, and this is what I discovered:
When you go to the website Ernest Olkowski you only see a number that is counting down. If you inspect the code behind the webpage you will see that it is “the number of seconds remaining to March 8th 2024 12:33:21”, which happens to fall inside the duration of the next total solar eclipse visible in the entire North America. Evidently, when that specific moment passes, the number will disappear and there will only be one word: “EXPIRED”.
Please make a note to yourself to check this site on that date, and time.