Rome

Returning to the blog after my recent Roman adventure, during which I collected enough pictures to fuel this thing for the next twenty years. Rome has to be one of the most photogenic cities ever created. It’s easy to imagine brilliant artists popping up an easel and gazing out at any one of dozens of picture perfect landscapes.

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Angles and textures are two things I really love to shoot. Rome, particularly the Colosseum, kept me busy with both.

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In several places through the city, we saw bent bikes painted white. It was explained to me that they serve as memorials to people who were killed in biking accidents.

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The history of the place was amazing and almost overwhelming to try to capture.

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One thought on “Rome

  1. I can imagine it’s difficult at times to believe you were actually standing there in person to take these pictures. Breathe taking.

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