Pitigliano is a medieval village perched high atop a ridge in the Tuscan region of Italy. The town is centuries old, dating back to Etruscan times, and is inhabited by only a few hundred people. From the outside, its buildings look and feel as if they were carved out of the giant walls of rock encircling its base. Inside you'll find impossibly beautiful ceramic tile roofs, dense tunnels and passageways, and an atmosphere where time feels like its suspended in mid air.
All images captured in June, 2017 using a Leica M-P.
Woman in window
Sometimes, you get lucky. While staying in Pitigliano, Italy in July 2017, I spent an afternoon exploring the medieval town's alleyways. After passing through the archway you see here,I heard a voice from above and turned around. I quickly captured the moment, and by the time I lowered my camera she was gone.