I love perspective shots - your third photo is a particularly beautiful example. The iron door and the figure add extra interest in the right place.
I like the one looking down the row of columns. Having the old man off to the side far down makes it interesting. What is he doing? Where did he come from? Where is he going or what will he do next? You can imagine so much about him.Well done.
Nice Photos, I like the focal points!
Tell us, though, where are these places? I've visited Rome twice but all too briefly. I can't identify any of them.
Roma - Eleonora!che delizioso blog!come io sono al 100% geneticamente italiana, sono felice di seguire e di viaggio, in queste immagini meravigliose!complimenti!Hugs!!!Denise di São Paulo
Wonderful photos! I love the first one. I want to sit there with some Gelato and watch people walk by.
Perfect photos, great perspective studies.Piazza del Popolo and those two lovely churches, and the last photo is...nope, I was wrong. Well, I need to spend more time in Rome.
L'hai scritta bene, mi piaciono molto queste foto.Ho fatto una serie di foto, simili a Loreto.Bravissima!
Thanks for your visit to my blog and your comment about the photo. Glad you liked it. I think you have captured perspective very well in your photos.
Jenny~Thank you for stopping by, I'm happy you like this series.~~~~~Sinbad~I like making up stories like that too. That man was probably just coming out of the city hall buildings for a cigarette break...~~~~~CChuck~Great, thanks!~~~~~Bob~The firat is Piazza del Popolo seen through the city wall gates; the second is an inner courtyard in the Pantheon area; the third is the right hand portico of the Campidoglio; and the fourth is Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza: star-shaped church designed by Bernini, now home to the state archive.~~~~~Denise~ Obrigado!!Sono felice che ti piace il blog. Vieni anche a visitare il mio sito di cucina: Aglio, Olio & Peperoncino~~~~~Randy~That first photo portrays my favorite people-watching place ever!~~~~~Jeff~Definitely. Let's plan the Rome party!!~~~~~Andras~Grazie! Adesso vengo a vedere le tue foto di Loreto.~~~~~Loree~I'm happy you liked this set. I'm sorry I'm such an inconsistent commenter. But I visit Malta very often thru your lens... ;)Ciao
«Louis» loves it!
Absolutely gorgeous...I love your site. This time last year I was on my honeymoon in Rome, traipsing the city streets and trying to figure out how I could move there. Sigh...
Devo dire che era un po' che non passavo di qua...ed è tutto cambiato, è ancora più bello! I immediately grabbed your badge and placed it on top of my sidebar on Verona Daily Photo.Bravissima Eleonora, ti abbraccio xxx
Wow! Great photos!
Your photographs really reach out and hug the observer. Love them!
Aha! That's the Bernini church I was thinking of, but then I concluded I was wrong. Well, I should learn to trust my instincts...Yes, if I make it through the next couple weeks, I'll start planning a trip to Roma.
I really enjoy the perspective in your pictures! Absolutely beautiful.
Eternal city.And lovely story about the matrioshka dolls.
La primera imágen es perfectamente simétrica¡¡¡
Your photos certainly give linear perspective as defined. The other thing I find very interesting is that the left side of the pics are nearly mirror images of the right. Very interesting post.
Eleonora- I apologise for taking so long to respond to your query on my blog about layout.WHen I post images in the collage format, I encase them in an html table command. I control all my images that way even when I just have one image. If you know html and would like to know more information, email me and we can discuss the detail.
LouisGrazie!~~~~~Coffee&Book~It's never too late to move to Rome!~~~~~Valeria~Un abbraccio anche a te, cara amica.~~~~~Rosaria~Thanks!~~~~~Joni~I love hugs! Thanks for your visit and comment :)~~~~~Jeff~Excellent, I'm counting on you to do the invites!~~~~~Natalie~I'm happy you like them, thanks.~~~~~Irina~I knew you'd appreciate... ;)~~~~~Johnny~Si, es verdad... ìGracias por su comentario!~~~~~Gogouci~I'm happy you mentioned the symmetry aspect, because it's what caught me the most.~~~~~Julie~Thank you for your reply. I'd love to swing by and bother you with a little image control Html code tutorial... ;) I'll email you soon!
This is the kind of lines and symmetry that I love in photographs. Fantastic memories for me of Rome and Piazza del Popolo. I was amazed to find out that the churches are not the same size due to the land that was available on one site and the architect conjured up a plan that keeps the viewer deceived into thinking that they are.
Thank you for visiting Roma Every Day. Your feedback is always hugely appreciated, though it is no longer possible for me to reply individually to your comments in the post thread. For any questions, please feel free to send me an email. Grazie! ~Eleonora