Thursday, May 27, 2010

cupolone

{dusk for dawn}




One of the great benefits of occasionally working in the film industry is waiting around for sunset in order to capture a perfect "beauty shot."

The bells pealed evening vespers, swallows dove overhead in the sweet breeze as St Peter's dome suddenly lit up.



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19 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous capture, Eleonora! Lovely skies and the perfect location! Hope you have a beautiful weekend!

    Sylvia

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  2. Timesless beauty. Please have a nice Friday.

    daily athens

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  3. Gorgeous light, so soft even the mighty Vatican seems at rest.

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  4. you are quite lucky indeed! love the composition of this photo! :)

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  5. Beautiful light & well captured too. Excellent.

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  6. Wow its beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
    Happy weekend and SWF.

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  7. what a fabulous photo! this is probably one of the most famous skyline in the world.:p

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  8. What a classic view! Somehow, the view never grows old. Amazing that you kept it vital!

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  9. Hi, it's my first visit to your blog and I'm stunned by your header!

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  10. Perfect time of day... Nice lighting... Wish I was there...

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  11. Some day I'm going to see sites like this in person & visit all the historic places there! I can't wait!
    Love that sky!

    happy swf

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  12. As close to perfect as you can get!

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  13. What a beautiful shot, Eleonora!

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  14. This capturs that magical and fleeting moment that seems to resonate in the mind's eye forever.(Did I sound like a Hallmark card there or what?!)

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  15. Ah, the unmistakable silhouette of St Peter's. So beautiful in this sunset shot.

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