Posted by: Debra Kolkka | February 13, 2014

Lovely legs

Lovely legs need to be seen…and there are lots to be seen all over Italy.

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The last legs belong to Roberto in Bagni di Lucca. He is on his way to retrieve an arrow in the crossbow competition. I love his white socks.

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  1. Wow! A lot of toned legs! What a fun and fabulous blog! Thanks for sharing!!

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    • Thanks for commenting.

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  2. Wow you’re right, they are nice legs.

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    • There are lots to choose from…I might have to do another collection.

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  3. Fun to look at. And I even recognize a few of the “lovely legs”!

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    • There are some famous legs there.

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  4. What a collection! I lo ve Mercury’s winged feet.

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  5. That’s quite a collection of lovely legs.

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    • Since most statues are naked there is plenty to choose from.

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    • Since most statues are naked there is plenty to choose from.

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  6. My late husband, Steve, had beautiful legs. I have always enjoyed a “well-turned calf”.

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    • My mother had great legs when she was young…I didn’t inherit them.

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  7. Great post!!!

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    • Thanks, I had fun collecting the photos

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  8. Oh well done! What a splendid collection…and that last pair of REAL legs is every bit as good as the others, isn’t it?

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    • Roberto’s legs are very cute in his white stockings and I love his shoes.

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  9. What a fun post, some of the legs of statues are so well crafted, all those muscles,

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    • There must have been some good looking people around to pose for the artists.

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      • I think you’re right!

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  10. Gorgeous Deb. Lovely legs indeed. I had no idea you were a legs girls too! x

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    • I collect (photographically of course) body parts. Maybe I just wish I had a nice set of pins.

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  11. Ha, ha , ha. You seemede to have missed the most important Italian legs of them all. Check out the Italian Rugby Team for ‘real’ mens’ legs……

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  12. Ooh what a lot of well toned legs! Hermes with his winged feet (and neat butt!) is my favourite 🙂

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  13. Beautiful as always Debra! I’m in sunny, warm Arizona and it feels amazing to have the sun on my face again and wear a t-shirt! 🙂 Here for a long weekend to help celebrate the good news of my Dad’s cancer. It is clearing up so keeping our hopes up.

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  14. Another great idea, Debra. I realize now that I’m here, that it’s already the 15th in you neck of the world, but Happy Valentine’s Day, anyway. Thinking about you today.

    Hugs from Ecuador,
    Kathy

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  15. What a glorious array of legs-from muscly to less so 😀

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  16. Great idea for a post, Debra. A very nice leg show indeed, and some impressive calf and thigh muscles. 🙂 Yes, the white socks are a lovely touch.

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  17. Wow those Renaissance fella’s did a great pair of pins hey?! I love the bronze ones where you can see the evidence of the strokes of thousands of people. Like the big boar in Florence. Great post.
    ps coming to Benabbio in April…can’t wait 😉

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  18. VERY NICE BLOG. kEEP IT UP!
    REGARDS FROM MELEK AND JEYRAN ^^
    http://www.thescentofstyle.com

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  19. some very nicely turned calves there, well spotted!

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  20. I wonder what other body parts are left for you to put under the microscope, and what part is next. 😀

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    • Have done faces, hands, feet, bottoms and willies…there isn’t much left.

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      • Cool! I’ve seen all your body parts post. 😉

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