Every now and again, happy little photographic accidents happen… like birds flying into your frame.
I like this image of the Colosseum because of the vintagey feel and the unusual angle.
God paints the most beautiful sunsets….
This older lady sat here for a long while – It intrigued me. Who was she? Why was she just sitting there? What was going through her mind?
One afternoon we had a little free time, so we spent it sitting on a hill close to the Colloseum and did some people watching. After a while some serious-looking rain clouds started building up, giving the seen an almost-HDR look. I loved the imposing backdrop that it gave for this imposing building.
To me this says “Typical Venice”… So much charm and magic.
Those blue and red blurs near the bottom of the frame? Those are boats. The “streets” of Venice are busy at night!
Again… Typical Venetian charm… Gondolas and all.
Without a doubt this is my favorite image from Italy. I love when you’re looking at something beautiful and God says, “Ha! I can make it better!” What I didn’t realize until I got home was that God sent a *double* rainbow that morning. As Ansel Adams once said, “Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have somebody click the shutter. ”