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St Peter's

By CC
One from our recent trip to Rome.

I always find city photography a challenge, and especially in a place like Rome where everything has been captured millions of times from every possible angle. Even more difficult in some ways than Rannoch Moor Wink

Anyway, this was just before a particularly heavy storm (as you can probably tell from the sky) which at least had the advantage of creating some atmosphere!

C&C welcome as ever, many thanks for looking

Chris Wink

Tags: Rome Architecture St peters Landscape and travel

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Comments


neonknight 11 1 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2008 9:15PM
Great image could maybe have been a touch darker but I like it,John

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Sue_R 10 11 6 Scotland
26 Nov 2008 9:34PM
Impressive architecture, well photographed. Love the reflections in the wet paving.

Sue
jenquest 14 561 1 Tokelau
26 Nov 2008 9:37PM
Nice composition. The glistening ground makes it stand out.
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
26 Nov 2008 9:46PM
Surprising lack of people. Well composed with great colour
Anthony 14 5.6k 17 Scotland
26 Nov 2008 9:50PM
i think the reflections make this just about right, without them, it would be only half as good. A wonderful image Chris.

Anthony
CC 8 51 Wales
26 Nov 2008 9:51PM

Quote:Surprising lack of people.


I wonder if that could be down to the weather???

Seriously, many thanks for the comments Smile

Chris
CC 8 51 Wales
26 Nov 2008 9:53PM

Quote:I think the reflections make this just about right, without them, it would be only half as good.


I agree Anthony - for once I was glad to have rain - at least it meant I'd get something a little different!
ugly Plus
8 9 57 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2008 10:32PM
I do like V2 the mono best..
Very nice work...

Dave
Ray42 8 3 England
27 Nov 2008 7:42AM
2 nice pictures - both work but I prefer v1
andy210966 8 4 119 Wales
27 Nov 2008 10:10AM
Chris - this is excellent! Having been here myself and going again in the new year I think you have captured the essence of the magnificent architecture which is so abundant in this city. A glorious shot with great lighting. You must have been up early for this as this square is normally packed.

Lovely work

Andy
CC 8 51 Wales
29 Nov 2008 10:10AM
Thanks for all your kind comments. I'm undecided between the versions, I love the tones in the colour version but it has a different feel in B&W.

Andy, lucky you to be going back. This was our 3rd visit and there is always something new to discover. Might get round to posting a few more images soon...

Chris Wink
29 Nov 2008 9:25PM
like the comp, and great shot, and you have a wonderfull pf...
scott
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
30 Nov 2008 7:06PM
Lovely image! As Anthony said, those reflections really add something Smile
Can't make my mind up which version... have you thought about a selenium toned mono too - just to make our lives more difficult Wink

Cheers, Goggz
CC 8 51 Wales
30 Nov 2008 9:15PM
Thanks both... I haven't quite worked out digital Selenium toning yet Pete but have posted a quick sepia just for you Wink
User_Removed 9 11 11 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2008 7:46AM
All three are good Chris, but V3 for me. I'm a sucker for a great mono image!

Chris C
tigertimb 8 40 66 United Kingdom
30 Dec 2008 9:12PM
Beautiful shot; love the wide sweep, the detail and that dramatic sky
Tim
23 May 2009 9:59AM
epic massive huge and beautiful
wow !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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