The most quiet places on the island are the pedestrian back roads along the sea and in the heart of the woods. Climbing up the island’s vast hills and weaving in and out beautiful homes and churches and shops and into nature brings you a contemplative ramble among the ruins of emperors.
Walking along more pedestrian streets of antico Capri.
Lush lemon trees, a sight and scent that always makes me happy instantly.
Another beautiful niche.
A still life of modern life.
The hand painted tiles and stairs are stunning on Capri.
A gorgeous private garden glimpsed past an open gate.
A Capri cat, a local who probably descend from the cats of ancient Rome who lived on the island with the emperors.