This Kentucky author first visited Florence, Italy as a young teenager in a whirlwind tour of seven countries in Europe. She returns to Florence forty years later, capturing its timeless beauty with forty pages of photographs that reflect why this is the number one city in the world to visit.
Donna Hacker is a landscape photographer from western Kentucky. She and her husband enjoy traveling whenever they can, especially to Italy. At home they have two dogs, a corgi named Gwynnie and a scottish terrier named Senga. as well as a part-Siamese cat named Jazz.
Lago Maggiore Published March 16, 2011