Sunday, February 13, 2011

ponte pietro nenni




The subway runs across this bridge, on the only above-ground tract of the metro line A. Can you see the train?


15 comments:

  1. Ahh! I wouldn't even know about a subway in Roma.

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  2. No PhotoShop improving your colors, right? They are fantastic. As well as your Masthead photo. Both are beautiful-I wish I was there.

    R

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  3. I doubt I would have seen the train had you not asked!

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  4. Rosaria~
    Only 2 lines, and it took forever to dig the tunnels, every few yards they kept bumping into Roman ruins...

    Roseann~
    Thank you! Come back soon, then!

    Linda~
    Yeah, it's WAYYY in the deep background!

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  5. What a neat photo! Those look like house boats along the right.

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  6. Se non dicevi, non lo vedevo... :)

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  7. I really like the colours and crispness of this photo!

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  8. Anyone not familiar with the subway line would get a pleasant surprise when crossing this bridge. Nice clicking!

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  9. Pat-
    Thank you, they are actually restaurants and clubs!

    Andras-
    piccolo piccolo nel fondo, infatti...

    EG Wow-
    thank you! We've been having amazing weather lately!

    Rizalenio-
    Thank you for your comment.

    Andy-
    For a claustrophobe like me, it's a welcome splash of sunlight... and air!

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  10. It is always such a wondrous experience to be on the subway and suddenly come out into the sunshine. And what a splendid view!

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  11. The way you were able to capture the colors and compose this scene is awesome. Yes, I do see the subway. My girlfriend and I were shoved about on the subway in Rome, but thanks to a nice man in his business suit we were able to retrieve our purses...but it was really scary.We have our 2 daughters and 2 nieces with us, but they escaped it all. It happens everywhere, but we were just old and too unsuspecting. It makes for a great story now that the years have passed.

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  12. The way you were able to capture the colors and compose this scene is awesome. Yes, I do see the subway. My girlfriend and I were shoved about on the subway in Rome, but thanks to a nice man in his business suit we were able to retrieve our purses...but it was really scary.We have our 2 daughters and 2 nieces with us, but they escaped it all. It happens everywhere, but we were just old and too unsuspecting. It makes for a great story now that the years have passed.

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  13. Violet Sky~
    I rarely take the subway, but when I do I always think of the "surfacing" moment to ward away my underground fears!

    Genie~
    That's never a good story, I'm appalled at how often women–and in particluar foreigners–are "welcomed" to Rome by pickpockets. Thankfully no one was hurt, and the girls didn't witness anything.

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  14. your blog is fantastic. happy to follow you!

    www.kamjey.com

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