Ferry and Yacht with Ferry Terminal Umbria

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Dorothy Berry-Lound Profile picture A ferry starts to approach the ferry terminal in Passignano Sul Trasimeno in Umbria, Central Italy. To the left of the ferry building are a series of wooden boat pilings and also a yacht can be seen sailing on the lake.

Passignano Sul Trasimeno sits on the shore of Lago Trasimeno, the largest lake in Central Umbria. The ferry terminal, part of which can be seen here, allows passengers to travel across the lake to the islands or to Castiglione del Lago or other towns on the other side of the lake. Lago Trasimeno is a popular tourism attraction but the lake also allows for a large number of leisure activities such as boating. The lake is also for fishing, with the lakeside at Passignano lined with hobby anglers while fishermen go out in boats on the lake. The town boasts a large number of restaurants featuring fresh lake fish on their menu.

This artwork is offered by Dorothy Berry-Lound

Born in the South of England I now live half way up a mountain in Umbria, Italy. I work from my art studio looking out over fabulous views of the Italian countryside. I am so happy to share my artwork with you.

An artist and blogger, I specialize in photo art and acrylic painting. For my photo art, I start with my own photographs and work on them digitally to capture the feeling I want to convey with the final image. For my abstract work, I literally 'go with the flow' and follow where my heart wants to take me as I work.

I create art to make your heart smile, capturing the spirit of place in towns and villages, or creating art to enhance the energy of your home or workplace. Take your time to look through my portfolio, I hope you enjoy it.

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