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St Peter's Basilica - Rome

By iancatch
This is a colour version of my first mono upload of this famous landmark - Hope you like it.

If you havent seen the previous ones in the series then please feel free to take a wonder around Rome's famous landmarks with info about each. All my Rome images are available to buy in my instagallery at www.instacanv.as/ianc1

Regards

Ian

Tags: Rome Italy St peters Basilica Landscape and travel

Voters: NaturesHaven, Pete, jennialexander and 22 more


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Comments


23 Sep 2012 7:25PM
Much prefer the colour ones.........the world is a colourful place.............GrinGrinGrin

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NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2012 7:52PM
If I ever come across a series of this nature, which is as good as, or better than, I will eat my telephoto. Simply brilliant, a credit to you Ian.

Regards Nathan
iancatch 9 4 45 England
23 Sep 2012 8:12PM
Thanks Nathan - much appreciated and glad you are enjoying them.

Ian
Rock Plus
14 10 2 England
23 Sep 2012 8:26PM
Wonderful.

Rock
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
23 Sep 2012 8:35PM
Impressive in colour, Ian. The brooding sky sets it off well but the wet streets are less effective. The mono is definitely more dramatic.

Dave
iancatch 9 4 45 England
23 Sep 2012 8:51PM
Hi Dave

Yes I agree there is less drama in the colour version and is why I did it in mono last time but then again the first comment by NaturesHaven is a preference for the colour. I guess the fact that we all like diferent things is what makes the world so colourful. Also I think that some images just work better in mono so I always do a mono conversion just to see - the Trevi Fountain image being case in point. It looked awful in the colour version I have but came alive in mono - why I dont know but it did.

Ian

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