Tuesday, January 25, 2011

porta del popolo






13 comments:

  1. I love the detail at the top of the building. Wonderful photos! Have a wonderful day!

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  2. Foto riuscite con la storia dentro!

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  3. Feeling the past. So wonderful present.

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  4. That is a marvellous gate. I loved the big green door and the iron knocker on it. I need to see it again, and Piazza del Popolo will not have an event occurring in it this time, so I'll see the whole thing.

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  5. Randy~ Thanks! Did you spot the gull?

    Andras~ Tutto a Roma trasuda storia, è inevitabile ritrarla!

    Irina~ Thank you my friend. It takes an artists' soul to see past the facade.

    Jeff~ I have details of the big green doorway, I'll post them some other time... didn't want to overdo my obsession with this place. Yes, no big police conventions scheduled for April... I hope!

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  6. There is beauty, wherever onelooks in Rome!

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  7. Merisi~
    I agree. But unfortunately some of us forget how lucky we are, and are careless, almost disrespectful of the place we live in. You should see how unkept some parts are. Such a shame...

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  8. How do you stand it? All that ancient beauty all over the place. Oh, I'd love it every day but I'd never get any work done.

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  9. By the way, Eleonora, I had lunch with Petrea in California a couple weeks ago. She is a Paris Daily Photo fan. I've met with her and the California fans twice when I visited my family there.

    Hi, Petrea!

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  10. Hi Jeff!

    One of my favorite things about CDP blogs (besides the blogs) is finding other commenters there that I've met at other blogs. Here I see you and Irina today.

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  11. Jeff & Petrea~
    I like "bumping into" other CDP bloggers too, it's a huge worldwide community, but it feels like a tight-knit circle of friends.

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  12. Bellissima Ele, love the mix of textures.

    A hug!

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