Rooftop view of Milan from our apartment.
The old and the new in Milan.
An example of some of the beautiful yellows in Milan.
Colorful macaroni available in this shop.
Both the Italian and the Chinese flag fly in Chinatown, a more recent district of Milan.
Fashionable high top sneakers in a Milan store window.
Trattoria Chinese in the Chinatown district of Milan.
Wouldn't it be fun to street watch from these balconies?
The old and the new. Love the color of the drain pipe as a delineating line.
Egg yolk yellow in Milan.
Lighting effects on egg yolk yellow building in Milan.
Almost every balcony has flowers in Milan, and maybe even a TV satellite disk.
Never too old to walk and dress stylishly in Milan.
A reason for taking pictures; I had not noticed the diamond shape ornamentation on this building.
A beautiful display of texture, filigree ornamentation, and velvety rich color combination in Milan.
Decayed elegance: A photographer magnet.
This was actually a laundry, but they sell stuff on the side.
Bicyclist in business attire are a common sight in Milan.
Blue curtains against an earth-tone-orange building, with coarsely textured wooden shutters and a brown rain spot in Milan. Love it!
Via Paolo Sarpi; the main drag in the Chinatown district of Milan.
Via Paolo Sarpi is mostly auto restricted.
How's this for color in Milan?
Building a little decrepit looking? Just add some (more) freshly painted shutters. Not everyone got the memo, though.
Yellow pants look stylish in Milan.
The Microsoft Building in Milan.
Americana ala Milan.
So many details; this photo doesn't do this building justice.
Lady cyclist in business attaire in Milan.
Window cleaners should do well in Milan.
Living the station in Milan and headed for Vencie.
Entrance to the Galleria Vittorio Emanulele II in Milan.
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