Tag Archives: Italy

Encroaching

I can’t for the life of me remember where this little village was. I know it was in Italy. Or Austria. Pretty sure it was Italy though. After a while all of these picturesque villages started to look the same, … Continue reading

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Limides Landscape

It’s been a couple of months since I returned from my trip to the Dolomites and thought I would look through a couple of images. I can’t remember the exact time we got up this morning, but pretty sure it … Continue reading

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St Peter’s

This seems to be quite a classic view of Rome…and though it didn’t feel like I had seen this view many times before my trip there, I have certainly seen it crop up a lot in the past month. I … Continue reading

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Trevi

The Trevi Fountain in Rome is quite magnificent, and was luckily one of the iconic sights in the eternal city which had completed the work it was having done to it and so was unimpeded by scaffold or hoarding (the … Continue reading

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The Pantheon

I found the Pantheon to be quite unassuming from the outside. Sure, it looked quite nice sitting there by the Piazza della Rotonda, a nice fountain in the front and an annoying piece of scaffold on the left hand side … Continue reading

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Cerulean

A final trip to Venice, for now. This spot is right next to where yesterday’s image was taken, by Constitution Bridge. I had some amazing light and the tail end of a sunset while I set up here – but … Continue reading

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Walking Constitution

Another week, and another few images coming up from Venice. Today we take a trip back to Constitution Bridge, the newest (and my favourite) to cross the Grand Canal. Immediately behind me is the train station, and on the opposite … Continue reading

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