Last July, when we visited Erice for the first time, I remember that it was cooler up on the mountaintop than it had been down at sea level in Trapani. When we visited this time, in early April, it was also colder up at the top. Super cold, actually. The clouds were briskly blowing across the tops of the buildings creating a changeable view from moment to moment and wrapping the town in an all together different kind of mood.

This post is part of a group project that I’m working on with several extremely talented photographers over on the CMpro Daily Project. To visit some of their sites, please click the links below!

Felicia Chang | Alice Che | Megan Cieloha | Kristin Dokoza | Stacey Haslem | Karen Jacot | Caroline Jensen | Kristin Ingalls | Kirsty Larmour | Lauren Mitchell | Meredith Novario | Kara Orwig | Kristen Ryan | Jessica Thomason | Julia Tulley |Ginger Unzueta | Sarah Vaughn | Elle Walker | Sarah Wilkerson | Emma Wood

  1. Kirsty

    19 April

    Wow, those clouds make this place look so magical – such a lovely pieces of life essay Megan

    • MeganCieloha

      26 April

      I hope you make it to Sicily, one day, Kirsty :)

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