Just an envy thought: living in Roma can be very relaxing. You do not need to look for successful photos. Just push the button and you get the masterpiece, city is so kind to provide.It is not about your photographer-gift of course. Just about Roma.
Via del Teatro della Valle?
Those pointed stones look very formidable. Your nuns seem to be in a hurry. Funny, most of my nun photos are from the back too. Shalom to you, Eleonora.
Very nice pictures, thanks for sharing.I love to visit Roma some day.Greetings from Norway
All the photos are beautiful, especially the first one. Wonderful colors and composition.
Hello Lola, Nice photos, patterns are nice!I like the wicker chairs for my grandchild...
Beeeeeeeeutiful! Love the nuns!!
Love the shot of 2 nuns on the run. LOLI happened upon the "religious shopping central" near the Vatican and laughed out loud. I think it was Via dei Cestari. Is this street nearby?
I love the first photo. You are so lucky to live in such a beautiful place. Have a lovely day.
Is the third photo from Naples?R
What a lovely passeggiata you captured in the first picture! I really love the movement of the gray clothe against the more vibrant colors of the city
Love your photos! Wish I could be in the top two right now!
That's what I want to do next year in Rome: just walk.The architectural details are fabulous in the third photo. That's what I love about Europe. We colonists don't have much of that.
Great photos! I miss Rome ... sigh ...
Irina~You are so right about Rome being generous... thank you!!~~~~~Nathalie (spacedlaw)~Si! Across from Casa Bleve... :)~~~~~Dina~Pointed stone facade belongs to a building in the Jewish quartier! Too shy to shoot nuns "frontal"~~~~~Gateglimt~Roma awaits you!~~~~~Pearlsandprose~Thank you so much, I'm happy you enjoyed.~~~~~CCHuck~I know, kids love the whicker furniture!~~~~~Deborah~Graaaazieeee! Hugs~~~~~Lisa~Somewhat nearby. This is closer to the Vatican than it is to "Pope Couture Street" ;)~~~~~Randy~Thank you, I feel indeed lucky, I must say.~~~~~Roseann~Naples?! OK, OK it does resemble the spiked palazzo in Napoli's Piazza del Gesù, but this is 100% ROMA!~~~~~Natalie~I just had to capture those billowy habits...~~~~~Joni J~It's all just a plane ticket away...~~~~~Jeff~Walking is the perfect sightseeing dimension for the Eternal City.~~~~~CViolet~Come back soon, then... Hurry!
Oh to live in Rome and walk around just to do daily chores. I am really feeling the urge to visit.
Loree~Use that urge: book a flight... now!!
Each a splendid photograph. I love the gossamer veils of the nums - such graceful motion that you've captured in the 1st photo.The repeated pattern/texture of the last is marvellous. Perfect for B&W to focus on these properties.Thx much for you comment on the Getty "portrait". I really thought too that it had a painting quality...still life of people maybe.
Sono bellissime queste foto, mi piace fare la passeggiata in queste stradine, tipiche italiane...
What an amazing design of the wall on the last photo -- that would be so fun to photograph. Love your work.
The first is very nice
Yes, everyone, let's think about visiting Rome. How about a Roma Every Day picnic? Put on your thinking hats, check your schedules, and get online to get prices for flights. Maybe we can get a big crowd together...
Tash~Exactly! A people still life. Thank you for your sweet comment!Andras~Mi fa piacere che ti piacciano!Donald~Wow, coming from you that is indeed a huge compliment!! Grazie!!Fabien~Thank you! I love the nuns too...Jeff~Bravo Jeff for igniting the Rome Every Day picnic! We could call it a "Roman Passeggiata," a leisurely walking tour of the Eternal City with lots of great food and photo ops!!Come visit, friends!
great series of pictures :)greetings from Barcelona.http://www.kamjey.com/
Skizo~Thank you for visiting!~~~~~Melocoton~Barcelona! My favorite European city! Ciao and thanks for your comment.
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