The Italians Monday 13 June, 2011 In Vintage Giuseppe Savini’s flickr bio says, “I search and I buy old photos … I can not stop” (roughly google translated from Italian). his collection of vintage photos is pretty remarkable… so please don’t ever stop, Giuseppe. Related posts: Passanti wild women family archive flickrGiuseppe Saviniold photosVintagevintage photos 8 Comments Tara Dale 9 years ago Reply Dear Diana, … thank YOU for finding & sharing these photographical treasures! I am intrigued… to say the least! Ah, your blog is a gem and so please, don’t YOU ever stop! x steph 9 years ago Reply jeepers, what tara said! (that first one is just perfect) DENISE. 9 years ago Reply What Tara & Steph said! :) Caitlin Rose 9 years ago Reply Oh my goodness, these are amazing. I can’t wait to show them to my mother who is visiting Italy right now. She will die when she sees the women! chelsea 9 years ago Reply That bicycle photo is really something. Love it! Plutôt la vie de Melanie 9 years ago Reply incredible post! Victoire 9 years ago Reply I share the same obsession…cannot stop. Edgardo de la Vega 9 years ago Reply Interesting images. Their interestingly aggressive countenance is quite Semitic from North African and Middle-Eastern peoples. Historically, these people reflect the citizenship given to all of ancient Rome’s imperial possessions (i.e. Libya, Morocco, Egypt, Arabia etc.). Therefore, it is quite amazing to see such Semitic/African traits preserved within the faces. A great presentation. Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.