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Our travel ebook this month is on Budapest . One of
the great cities of Europe. Budapest is a very
manageable destination to explore over a few days.
From Budapest's' great Austro Hungarian Palace in
the Castle district of Buda to the art Nouveau Zoo,
the Horror House or the second biggest Synagogue
in the world, there is something for everyone. Our
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The Swiss Alps is a winter wonderland for Skiers and walkers. Its majestic mountains and high
 ski slopes are the best in Europe. We have a collection of Switzerland In The Winter stock 
photos that show the Eiger, Matterhorn  Jungfrau and other classic Swiss peaks. See Swiss 
chalets in the snow.
Switzerland In Winter Stock Photos

One of the last great unspoilt European carnivals is the Busójárás which is an annual celebration of the Šokci (Croats) living in the town of Mohács, Hungary each year ending on Shrove Tuesday or Mardi Gras. The celebration features Busós (people wearing traditional masks) and includes folk music, masquerading, parades and dancing. They parade through the town ringing bells and making as much noise as possible to scare "winter" away. On the last day of the festival they symbolically burn a coffin with "winter " inside and spring starts. This is a lively carnival and is still very much a Hungarian and local carnival.
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ITALY STOCK PHOTOS

We have a large collection of stock photos from Italy. From Portofino to the Trulli of Alberobello in southern Italy and of course Rome, Venice & Florence.
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In later years Paul Williams has concentrated on big brand packaging and advertising i
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work earned him Gold DNAD awards in the UK, Cleo awards in the USA and a Silver Rose 
of Montreau Advertising festival.
Now Paul Williams has turned his attention to stock photography and he is well on his way
 to achieving his ambition of producing a world class stock boutique library with creative 
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Paul Williams Gallery has just created a new web site with more on line exhibitions of selective clour sreet photography, Fine art abstract black and white photos and fine art nude photos. Along with the exhibitions Paul Williams Gallery has launched a series of free ebooks to support its exhibitions. 


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December Issue 2010.

Mine Pies stock photos & photography ebook
Happy Christmas.
We know your Christmas advertising deadlines finished months ago so "My Little Book Of Mince Pies" will hopefully get you back into the Christmas spirit and maybe give you some photo ideas for next year!!!.
Easter Photos, Pictures & Images free eBook
Happy Easter.
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 just email office@funkystock.com.



As food photography specialists we are building a library of food ingredients and produce that
 include cut outs and creative photos. Our aim is to produce an encyclopedic collection of 
exciting food ingredient photos. To see what we have in ou growing collection please visit our
Food Ingredients & Produce Collection.
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Our collection of Recipe and Cooked Food Photos covers ethnic cuisine and specialist areas like BBQ cooking and fast food. It is evolving to meet the needs of our advertising clients who demand high quality and creativity.



Most people on Mothers day and Valentines "Say it with chocolates" so we have produced a series of stock photos that do the same.

Budapest stock photo, pictures & images Our travel feature this month is on Budapest . One of 
the great cities of Europe, Budapest is a very managable destination to explore over a few days. From Budapests 
great Austro Hungarian Palace in the Castle district of 
Buda to the art Nouveau Zoo, the Horror House or the 
second biggest Synagogue in the world, there is 
something for everyone. Oue ebook gives facts and
 history of Budapest with photos.



ABOUT US
Funky Stock is a boutique library with photos by award winning food photographer 
Paul Williams. Paul has worked at the cutting edge of advertising and editorial in London 
for over 25 years. In the early days his cookery book photography won him a coverted
 Glenfiddich cookery book award for a Dorling Kindersley's "Yan Kits Kitchen".
In later years Paul Williams has concentrated on big brand packaging and advertising 
including British household names like Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Tesco. This 
work earned him Gold DNAD awards in the UK, Cleo awards in the USA and a Silver Rose
 of Montreaux Advertising festival.
Now Paul Williams has turned his attention to stock photography and he is well on his way
 to acieving his ambition of producing a world class stock boutique library with creative 
and highly professional food and travel photos.


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Pictures, Photos Images & Info about Italy



Italy , officially the Italian Republic (Italian: Repubblica italiana), is a country located partly on the European Continent and partly on the Italian Peninsula in Southern Europe and on the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily and Sardinia. Italy shares its northern, Alpine boundary with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. The independent states of San Marino and the Vatican City are enclaves within the Italian Peninsula, and Campione d'Italia is an Italian exclave in Switzerland. The territory of Italy covers 301,338 km² and is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate. With 60.2 million inhabitants, it is the sixth most populous country in Europe, and the twenty-third most populous in the world.

The land known as Italy today has been the cradle of European cultures and peoples, such as the Etruscans and the Romans. Italy's capital, Rome, was for centuries the political centre of Western civilisation, as the capital of the Roman Empire. After its decline, Italy would endure numerous invasions by foreign peoples, from Germanic tribes such as the Lombards and Ostrogoths, to the Normans and later, the Byzantines, among others. Centuries later, Italy would become the birthplace of the Renaissance, an immensely fruitful intellectual movement that would prove to be integral in shaping the subsequent course of European thought.

Coloseum ( Colosseo) . Rome (Paul Williams)

Through much of its post-Roman history, Italy was fragmented into numerous kingdoms and city-states (such as the Kingdom of Sardinia, the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and the Duchy of Milan), but was unified in 1861, a tumultuous period in history known as the "Risorgimento". In the late 19th century, through World War I, and to World War II, Italy possessed a colonial empire, which extended its rule to Libya, Eritrea, Italian Somaliland, Ethiopia, Albania, Rhodes, the Dodecanese and a concession in Tianjin, China.

Modern Italy is a democratic republic. It has been ranked the world's eighteenth most-developed country and its Quality-of-Life Index has been ranked in the top ten in the world. Italy enjoys a very high standard of living, and has a high nominal GDP per capita. It is a founding member of what is now the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Italy is also a member of the G8 and G20. It has the world's seventh-largest nominal GDP, tenth highest GDP and the fifth highest government budget in the world.

THE GREEKS AND ROMANS

Excavations throughout Italy reveal a modern human presence dating back to the Palaeolithic period, some 200,000 years ago. In the 8th and 7th centuries BC Greek colonies were established all along the coast of Sicily and the southern part of the Italian Peninsula became known as Magna Graecia. Our photo collections include pictures of the great Greek temples in Sicily At Selinute and Agrigento and the great Greek Ampitheatre in Taormina.

Greek Dorik Temple ruins of Temple F at Selinunte, Sicily (Paul Williams)

Greek Temple of Concordia, Agrigento, sicily (Paul Williams)

Ancient Rome was at first a small agricultural community founded circa the 8th century BC that grew over the course of the centuries into a colossal empire encompassing the whole Mediterranean Sea, in which Ancient Greek and Roman cultures merged into one civilization. This civilization was so influential that parts of it survive in modern law, administration, philosophy and arts, forming the ground that Western civilization is based upon. Rome still has the ruins and remains of its great buildings such as the iconic Colosseum and the remains of the emperors palaces in the Forum our Rome collection of photos and pictures show many of the important sights of Rome.

Coloseum ( Colosseo) . Rome (Paul Williams)

Roman art was very heavily influenced by the Greeks as can be seen in the Roman mosaics in our photo collection of Villa Romana.

The Bikini Girls. Ancient Roman mosaics at the Villa Romana del Casale, Sicily, Italy (Paul Williams) Hunters - Ancient Roman mosaics at the Villa Romana del Casale, Sicily, Italy (Paul Williams)

Circus Maximus - Ancient Roman mosaics at the Villa Romana del Casale, Sicily, Italy (Paul Williams)

In its twelve-century existence it transformed itself from monarchy to republic and finally to autocracy. In steady decline since the 2nd century AD, the empire finally broke into two parts in 285 AD: the Western Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire in the East. The western part under the pressure of Goths finally dissolved the Western Roman Empire and Rome was sacked. This left the Italian peninsula divided into small independent kingdoms and feuding city states for the next 14 centuries, and leaving the eastern Byzantine Empire sole heir to the Roman legacy. Byzantine art can be seen in the photo and picture collections we have of the great Byzantine churches of Monreale and the Palentine Chapel in Palermo

Byzantine mosaics of Jesus Christ in the Cathedral of Monreale - Palermo - Sicily (Paul Williams)

Byzantine Christian Mosaics of The Palatine Chapel  ( Capella Palatina) in The Norman Palace (Palazzo dei Normanni), Palermo, Sicily. Scenes of Christ and from the Bible. (Paul Williams)

Byzantine Christian Mosaics of The Palatine Chapel  ( Capella Palatina) in The Norman Palace (Palazzo dei Normanni), Palermo, Sicily. Scenes of Christ and from the Bible. (Paul Williams)

MIDDLE AGES

In the sixth century AD the Byzantine Emperor Justinian re-conquered Italy from the Ostrogoths. The invasion of a new wave of Germanic tribes, the Lombards, doomed his attempt to resurrect the Western Roman Empire but the repercussions of Justinian's failure resounded further still. For the next thirteen centuries, whilst new nation-states arose in the lands north of the Alps, the Italian political landscape was a patchwork of feuding city states, petty tyrannies, and foreign invaders.

For several centuries the armies and Exarchates led by the Exarchate of Ravenna, Justinian's successors, were a tenacious force in Italian affairs - strong enough to prevent other powers such as the Arabs, the Holy Roman Empire, or the Papacy from establishing a unified Italian Kingdom, but too weak to unify and control the region.

Italy's regions were eventually subsumed by their neighboring empires with their conflicting interests and would remain divided up to the 19th century. It was during this vacuum of authority that the region saw the rise of the Signoria and the Commune. In the anarchic conditions that often prevailed in medieval Italian city-states, people looked to strong men to restore order and disarm the feuding elites. In times of anarchy or crisis, cities sometimes offered the Signoria to individuals perceived as strong enough to save the state, most notably the Della Scala family in Verona, the Visconti in Milan and the Medici in Florence.

Italy during this period became notable for its merchant Republics. These city-states, oligarchical in reality, had a dominant merchant class which under relative freedom nurtured academic and artistic advancement. The four classic Maritime Republics in Italy were Venice, Genoa, Pisa and Amalfi. Venice and Genoa were Europe's gateways to trade with the East, with the former producer of the renowned venetian glass. Florence was the capital of silk, wool, banks and jewelry. The Maritime Republics were heavily involved in the Crusades, taking advantage of the new political and trading opportunities, most evidently in the conquest of Zara and Constantinople funded by Venice.

Gondolas on the Grand Canal - Venice - Italy (Paul Williams)

During the late Middle Ages Italy was divided into smaller city-states and territories: the kingdom of Naples controlled the south, the Republic of Florence and the Papal States the centre, the Genoese and the Milanese the north and west, and the Venetians the east.

RENAISSANCE

The unique political structures of late Middle Ages Italy and its dynamic social climate and florescent trade allowed the emergence of a unique cultural efflorescence. Italy never regained the unity it once had in the days of the Roman Empire and throughout the Middle Ages was divided into smaller city states and territories: the kingdom of Naples controlled the south, the Republic of Florence and the Papal States the center, the Genoese and the Milanese the north and west, and the Venetians the east.

Panorama of Florence, Italy. High Resolution. (Paul Williams)

Grand canal at Academia Venice - Italy (© Paul Williams 2009)

Fifteenth-century Italy was one of the most urbanised areas in Europe. Most historians agree that the ideas that characterized the Renaissance and their earliest apologists and supporters had their origin in late 13th century Florence or gravitated in or around Florence, as well as the other rival city-states. The Renaissance achieved its epitome, in particular with the writings of Dante Alighieri (1265–1321) and Francesco Patriarch (1304–1374), Bocaccio. The Renaissance was an extremely important period in Italian history, and in European history, and brought along numerous political, philosophical, literary, cultural, social and religious reforms.

Statue- Rape Of The Sabines by Giambologna - The Loggia - Florence - Italy (Paul Williams) Fountain & Statue of Neptune - Plazza Della Signora - Florence Italy. (Paul Williams)

The Renaissance was so called because it was a "rebirth" of many classical ideas that had long been buried in the chapters of classical Antiquity. One could argue that the fuel for this rebirth was the rediscovery of ancient texts that had been almost 'forgotten' by Western civilization, but were preserved in some monastic libraries or private libraries of powerful and wealthy patrons. Some would argue that there were translations of Greek and Arabic texts into Latin from the Islamic world that found their way into Italy and contributed to the Italian/European Renaissance. However, most of the manuscripts were either already in the Italian Peninsula or in 'Greece' and were taken to Italy in the centuries preceding the Renaissance by the Italians themselves (by the traders who travelled regularly to the Eastern Mediterranean, including Greece) and by Byzantine Greeks who migrated to Italy during the onslaught of the Ottoman empire, against the Byzantine Empire in the 1400s, and specially after 1453, once the Ottomans had conquered the Byzantine capital, Constantinople. These Byzantines fled the Turks, sometimes carrying precious manuscripts and their knowledge (Greek and Ancient Greek) and while fixating themselves in Italy made a discreet but crucial contribution to the Renaissance.

The Dome Cathederal - Detail Of facade and bell tower ; Florence Italy (Paul Williams)

Florence became Italy's main centre of the Renaissance as our photo picture collection of Florence shows. Numerous artists, such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Botticelli worked in the city. Its economy flourished, and according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Florence from the 14th century to the 16th century was one of Europe's greatest cities, and its numerous museums, palazzi and churches, such as the Pitti Palace and the Uffizi have been described by the encyclopedia as works of art themselves.

Emperors Trajan's Market ( Mercati Trajanei) . Rome (Paul Williams)

The Temple of Castor and Pollux, The Forum Rome (Paul Williams) The Baroque Trevi Fountain. Rome (Paul Williams)

Rome was also a city particularly affected by the Renaissance. This period of reform changed the city's face dramatically, with works like the Pietà by Michelangelo and the frescoes of the Borgia Apartment. Rome reached the highest point of splendour under Pope Julius II (1503–1513) and his successors Leo X and Clement VII, both members of the Medici family. In this twenty-years period Rome became one of the greatest centres of art in the world. The old St. Peter's Basilica built by Emperor Constantine the Great, was re-built mainly by Michelangelo, who in Rome became one the most famous painters of Italy.

The Tomb of St. Peter and Baroque Canopy ( baldacchino) by Bernini in St Peter's, The Vatican, Rome (Paul Williams) The dome interior  of St Peter's by Michelangelo , The Vatican, Rome (Paul Williams)

Rome lost in part its religious character, becoming increasingly a true Renaissance city, with a great number of popular feasts, horse races, parties, intrigues and licentious episodes. Its economy was rich, with the presence of several Tuscan bankers, including Agostino Chigi, who was a friend of Raphael and a patron of arts. Before his early death, Raphael also promoted for the first time the preservation of the ancient ruins.

Arial view of saint Mark's square and basilica with Doge's Palace - Venice - Italy (Paul Williams) Sunrise at Saint Marks's Square with Lion Pillar - Venice - Italy (Paul Williams)

Tourist feeding the Pigeons in St Marks Square - Venice Italy (© Paul Williams 2009)

The great republics like Venice conquered the Byzantine empire and looted its treasures decorating St Marcs Cathedral with ancient columns and treasures like the 4 horses from Constantinople (today Istanbul). With this vast wealth Italian architects and artists invented Baroque which is typified by lavish, intricate curved buildings and sculptures. Once the excesses of the Baroque were over Italian architect Palladio produced Neo Classic buildings like the Rotunda that influenced every major country palace in England.

TODAY

Today Italy is a vibrant republic with one of the 5 great cuisines of the world and is the home of the world famous Italian pizza as well as a rich and diverse historic and architectural heritage. Even the smallest village church seem to have a renaissance masterpiece painting hanging over its alter. Italian culture has influenced so much of Europe for 2,000 years. From the great ancient buildings of Rome to the great fashion, furniture and car designers of today Italy has shaped so much of the way we see and think.

Classic risotto with wild porcini mushrooms and bacon (Paul Williams) (Paul Williams)

Italian prosciutto ham Pizza photos. Funky Stock pizzas photos (Mr Paul Williams)

OUR ITALIAN GALLERIES OF PHOTOS, PICTURES & IMAGES

Rome pictures, images and photos

Coloseum ( Colosseo) at night . Rome (Paul Williams)

Venice pictures, images and photos

Rialto Bridge - Venice Italy (Paul Williams)

Burano pictures, images and photos

Streets and canals of Burano island - Venice - Italy (© Paul Williams 2009)

Chioggia pictures, images and photos

Traditional Sail Fishing Boats on Riva Vena canal - Chioggia - Venice - Italy (Paul Williams)

Tivoli pictures, images and photos

The oval fountain, 1567, Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Italy - Unesco World Heritage Site. (Paul Williams)

Portofino pictures, images and photos

Harbour of Portofino . fashionable seaside fishing village for the wealthy .  Ligurian Coast. Italy (© Paul Williams 2009)

Alberobello pictures, images and photos

Trulli of Alberobello - Puglia - Italy (Paul Williams)

Amalfi Coast pictures, images and photos

Resort town of Atrani ; Amalfi Coast ; Italy (Paul Williams)

Amalfi pictures, images and photos

Houses of Amalfi, Italy (© Paul Williams 2009)

Positano pictures, images and photos

The fashionable  resort of Positano, Amalfi coast, Italy (Paul Williams)

Pisa pictures, images and photos

Catherderal and Leaning Tower - Piazza  del Miracoli - Pisa - Italy (Paul Williams)

Florence pictures, images and photos

Ponte Vecchio over the River Arno, Florence, Italy. (Paul Williams)

San Gimignano pictures, images and photos

Medieval houses around Plazza Cisterna - San Gimignano - Italy (Paul Williams)

Bari pictures, images and photos

Bari Castle, Puglia, Italy (Paul Williams)

Ostuni pictures, images and photos

The white city of Ostuni, Puglia, South Italy. (Paul Williams)

Ticino pictures, images and photos

Rustic mountain village of Lavertezza with stone houses and church -Val Verzasca, Ticino, Alps, (© Paul Williams 2009)

Italian Food pictures, images and photos

Sun dried tomato Focaccia Italian bread (© Paul Williams 2009)

Italian Pizzas pictures, images and photos

Chicken topped Pizzas photos. Funky Stock pizzas photos (Mr Paul Williams)

OUR SICILY GALLERIES OF PHOTOS, PICTURES & IMAGES

Villa Palagonia pictures, images and photos

Villa Palagonia, Bagheria, Sicily (Paul_Williams)

Noto pictures, images and photos

 (Paul Williams)

Siracusa pictures, images and photos

The Baroque  Duomo (cathedral) , Syracuse ( Siracusa) , Sicily (Paul Williams)

Palermo pictures, images and photos

Palermo Cathedral, Sicily (Paul Williams)

Palentine Chapel pictures, images and photos

Byzantine Christian Mosaics of The Palatine Chapel  ( Capella Palatina) in The Norman Palace (Palazzo dei Normanni), Palermo, Sicily. Scenes of Christ and from the Bible. (Paul Williams)

Villa Romana pictures, images and photos

Hunters - Ancient Roman mosaics at the Villa Romana del Casale, Sicily, Italy (Paul Williams)

Selanute Greek Temples pictures, images and photos

Greek Dorik Temple ruins of Temple F at Selinunte, Sicily (Paul Williams)

Agrigento Greek Temples pictures, images and photos

Greek Temple of Juno Lacina, Agrigento, sicily (Paul Williams)

Taormina pictures, images and photos

Greek Theatre Ampitheatre - Taormina Sicily (Paul_Williams)

Mount Etna pictures, images and photos

Mount Etna Sicily (Paul Williams)

Monreale pictures, images and photos

Cloisters with decorated coloumns of Monreale Cathedral - Palermo - Sicily (Paul Williams)

Erice pictures, images and photos

Castello di Vénere [ Venere ] Érice, Erice, Sicily stock photos. (Paul Williams)

Cefalu pictures, images and photos

Medieval houses and seafront of old Cefalu [Cefaú] Sicily (Paul Williams)

Trapani & Masala pictures, images and photos

Ettore Infesera windmill, Masala Sicily. travel stock photos (Paul Williams)

Scopello & Zingaro Park pictures, images and photos

The Tonnara di Scopello [ old Tuna processing factory ] home of writer Gavin Maxwell in the 1950's. Scopello, Castellammare Del Golfo , Sicily. (Paul Williams)

Ragusa Ibla pictures, images and photos

Baroque cathedral of St George designed by Rosario Gagliardi , Plaza Duomo, Ragusa Ibla, Sicily. (Paul Williams)

Modica pictures, images and photos

Baroque Church of St George designed by Gagliardi 1702 , Modica, Sicily (Paul Williams)

Scicli pictures, images and photos

 (Paul Williams)