Last door this time around – and last image from Rome. Time to move on but one always returns to Rome, right?
I was going to write, “why don’t we have doors like these in Copenhagen”, but the truth is, I don’t really know. I need to go look in the old part of town – in spring.
Continuing my mini-series of doors from Rome. I love the diversity. Much more interesting than here.
Did I say I was finished with Rome? Well, I have one little series of four images left. It’s an experiment in capturing the feel of a place in a series of ‘same motive’, shallow depth of field images. It’s not my first time and I’m sure it won’t be my last.
What could be more typical Italian than a Ferrari in front of the souvenir stalls by the Vatican?
The Spanish Steps from a different angle…
And now for a few sights of Rome (really should have photographed the spaghetti…). Here one of the fountains of Piazza Narvone.
When in Rome it is so worth it to look through every open door to see what you may find.
I couldn’t resist this peak into a yard with the red sign in the background.
And a slightly less typical Roman alley. I was walking with my daughter while snapping away. She was very surprised when she followed my line of vision here as she hadn’t even noticed the graffiti.