Michela Moncaro

Michela Moncaro

Gorizia Italy / I love hand made! the best way to express myself. I like travelling, reading ... So KEEP CALM AND FOLLOW ME!
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Gullfoss, Iceland

Gullfoss, Iceland

Snaefellsnes, Iceland by Aran Goyoaga | Cannelle et Vanille

Snaefellsnes, Iceland by Aran Goyoaga | Cannelle et Vanille

Olivia Palermo with her hot accessory...he even knows how to look hot holding a man-bag...mmm...and when they get to dinner - HUMPhooks will handle both bags! www.humphooks.com

Olivia Palermo with her hot accessory...he even knows how to look hot holding a man-bag...mmm...and when they get to dinner - HUMPhooks will handle both bags! www.humphooks.com

Monteriggioni: le plus petit et le plus beau village que j'ai jamais visité. Caché au cœur de la Toscane, en Italie, entre Volterra et Sienne.

Monteriggioni: le plus petit et le plus beau village que j'ai jamais visité. Caché au cœur de la Toscane, en Italie, entre Volterra et Sienne.

Vesturhorn, Iceland

Vesturhorn, Iceland

Seljavallalaug, the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. Tucked up in the mountains next to a river in the south, it’s a bit of a walk to get to but it’s so worth it. The water is a bit dirty, still pretty ashy from the volcanic eruption in 2010, but it’s a great place to hang out for the afternoon.

Seljavallalaug, the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. Tucked up in the mountains next to a river in the south, it’s a bit of a walk to get to but it’s so worth it. The water is a bit dirty, still pretty ashy from the volcanic eruption in 2010, but it’s a great place to hang out for the afternoon.

I think I need to go to Iceland. Háifoss Waterfall in Iceland #iceland #landscape #icelandic

I think I need to go to Iceland. Háifoss Waterfall in Iceland #iceland #landscape #icelandic

Yes, elves. Fifty-four percent of Icelanders either believe in them or say it’s possible they exist. Here’s how to join in on the fun.

Yes, elves. Fifty-four percent of Icelanders either believe in them or say it’s possible they exist. Here’s how to join in on the fun.

The Wild Beauty of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula

The Wild Beauty of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula