Photographer's Note

This is a typical Italian signpost at an intersection between the main coastal road and a minor road leading up the mountainside. And if you are driving along the Adriatic coast at S.S.16, parallel to the Autostrada Adriatica (A14) - going through all the cities, towns and villages - you'll see a lot of them.

And if you are looking for that turn to "Monte-something" you've better be quick, because traffic runs at 70-80 km/h between houses, pedestrians, dogs and other cars. You'll probably end up missing that turn - but OK, that's life...

If you, on the other hand, prefer the autostrada (A14), be sure to do that northbound. This will give you a wonderful view over the coast and the Adriatic Sea. Southbound means mostly looking at the flower-adorned barrier.

This is my first attempt scanning a 10x15cm (4x6") color print at 300dpi (Primax Colorado) and using the freeware version of NeatImage.

After scanning and running NeatImage: Cropped; increased Hue +10; resized; sharpened once; framed and saved for Web.

Critique and tips are, as always, welcome!

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