Sunday, September 29, 2013

An afternoon at the Colosseum











11 comments:

francesca said...

wooow, che belle foto ! devo dire che siete bravisimi come fotografi ! ho nostalgia delle vecchie procedure: la camera oscura, la pellicola ecc...ma le avete sviluppate voi le foto?
bellissime foto davvero !
francesca-la gattafrancesca

Helen said...

Gorgeous pictures and such a magical place. The black and white film is such a good choice here, especially with the contrast of bright sunlight and shadows
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Martina said...

Da romana ti dico grazie, hai colto perfettamente lo spirito del luogo, sono foto bellissime!

Dulcie Emerson said...

I agree, black in white film in this instance has made the pictures look epic! I am really keen to go to Rome now! x

Alessia Lattementa said...

Foto bellissime, il rullino bianco e nero è perfetto e hai fatto bene a dedicarlo a un posto così imponente e significativo!
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Alexandra Marie said...

Great place to do pictures! I want to visit Rome so badly <3 Alex

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Cynthia O. said...

enchanting photos! there will always be a special place in my heart for Roma. <3

Rebecca Jane said...

What an incredible place - I've always wanted to go to Rome, the history is just so amazing. And gorgeous photos too!

Hannah Gottlieb-Graham said...

These photos are spectacular! I want to visit the colosseum so badly!

Xo, Hannah

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L'armadio del delitto said...

E dire che ci sono stata una volta sola, quando avevo 20 anni e non parlavo italiano, e non ho fatto una sola foto (o forse sì? Mistero, dovrei cercare!)

Abby Mifsud said...

You always capture things so well <3 These are beautiful photos that help take me back to my visit to the Colleseum when I was still a teenager. :)

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