A great many thanks to all who commented / voted on my "Galleria" shot from yesterday; with a special 'thank you' going to Matthew (paskinmj) for his UA. I've only just picked this up since, as I explained to Matthew in a PM, shortly after I uploaded yesterday's image I was dragged by the ears by SWMBO away from EPZ to indulge in the far healthier activity of savouring the delights of the lovely East Lothian countryside (studiously avoiding the blight that is Torness, of course ......) on a most beautiful Autumn day, sans camera, natch. (She'd have brained me. )
Today's offering shows one of the escalators that ferry travellers between the Metro and the splendour that is upper level Milano Centrale. The area at the top of the picture is the middle (entrance) level of the station, with a third level above which contains the main concourse and train platforms. The station has no definite architectural style, but is a blend of many different styles, especially Liberty and Art Deco. By any measure, it is a visual feast.
Italian lessons continue today under the ever-watchful eye of the Maltese dominatrix. Assuming I survive the inevitable spankings (I'm speaking metaphorically, of course ), I shall be back on EPZ tomorrow. Pray for my safe return.