This group of handsome fellows gathered for a photograph on the bridge at Ponte a Serraglio 50 years ago.
In the back row from the left……Roberto Calistri, Aldo Berni, Umberto Lenzini, Liliano Saivetti and Benito
In the front….Vito Lorenzelli, Sandro Fazzi, Renzo Moschino and Amelio Bianchi.
Some are no longer with us, some have moved away…..but I found 2 handsome chaps still here.
On the left is Vito Lorenzelli and to his right is Roberto Calistri.
Vito happily showed me the original photo and gave me the names. I will need to be reminded of Benito’s cognome. Vito is now back in Scotland, where he lives for most of the year. I see Roberto regularly at the Ponte with his delightful granddaughter Agnese, my favourite little Ponte person.
Their faces are still the same! Nice post Deb, thanks! 🙂
I’m sure they feel just the same too.
How smart they all looked as young men 🙂 What a lovely idea!
People don’t dress up as they used to do.
…and that´s a shame 😦
Lovely post, Debra!
It was Vito’s idea. He is a lot of fun.
They were so beautifully dressed too in the photo Debra. Such a sweet post. I love that little Agnese!
I love to see Agnese in the piazza with her Nonno.
Good idea. Agnese is such a cutie — especially with that sweet smile!
She doesn’t share them all that often, but the piazza lights up when she does.
So interesting to find the modern face from an old photograph…That appeals to me!!!