Milan in black & white

I downloaded the WordPress app on my iPhone a couple of weeks ago, but haven’t really used it that much. So I thought I might now try writing a blog post on my iPhone and see how that goes.

At this very moment, I am also exercising on a treadmill in the hotel’s fitness center… So I might want to start with an easy-to-write blog post. For instance, a picture gallery!

Here are some black & white photos I took today while strolling around Milan (my favorite city in the world!).

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15 responses to “Milan in black & white

  1. Love these photos! 🙂 I only got to see Milan from the bus as I drove from the train station to the airport, so I’d really love to return one day to truly explore it. 🙂

    • Thank you! 🙂

      You definitely should spend some time in Milan the next time you’re in Italy. It’s an amazing city with lots to see & discover – both culture-wise and food-wise.

      It’s one of those cities where getting lost is a true pleasure! 🙂

  2. I just found your blog via Twitter yesterday and I love it. Especially these black/white Milan pictures are gorgeous. And not to mention the foo: just had breakfast and you made me hungry again 🙂 Keeo up the good work!

  3. All your photo are beautiful, I prefered the feet, is a very “instant photo”!
    I think that Milano is a beautiful&big city, but the sky is always “grigiogrigio”!!

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  5. Cool selection of photos, like the ones taken at the art museum. The one of the stairs has a nice air of minimalism.

    Did you enjoy the city? I went recently and fell in love with it.

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