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By alistairfarrugia    
Aside of the beauty, art and architecture, Florence was also riddled with beggars and street-sellers with dubious (to put it mildly) merchandise up for sale. I wanted to capture the attitude of indifference typically faced by these beggars and opted for a slow shutter speed to get a sense of life moving by and ignoring these persons.

This was taken just outside Santa Maria Novella Station.

Shot at 1/20", f/11, ISO 100 at 55mm.

Tags: Santa People Slow shutter Beggar Maria Portraits and people Indifference Novella

Voters: lonely_oryx, Alda, MandyG and 10 more



MandyG 11 2 England
20 Jun 2013 6:00PM
NaturesHaven 11 283 6 England
20 Jun 2013 7:08PM
She looks nicely dressed and beggars belief what some peeps will do for money...........GrinGrinGrinGrin
alistairfarrugia 10 164 88 Malta
20 Jun 2013 9:49PM
Nice pun there NaturesHaven. Wink

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