Silent Bridge

This is from a park in Milan. I forgot the name of it, but like everything in Italian, it sounds like food.

Silent Bridge in Milan

Padre, another Italian Church in HDR

Here is a church in Rome that I grabbed in HDR. The stained glass came out nicely. If you click on the image beneath it, you can see my entire set called Churches of Italy.

Padre

The Churches of Italy

The Pictures are Hung

Over the weekend we hung pictures up at the gallery. Everything looks pretty sharp and those of you are coming to the gallery opening should see something a bit different, perhaps. I don’t know… impossible to be objective, but I do know it is different than what is usually shown there at Halcyon.

I’ll be showing about 45 pieces. Here is a sampling of the ones at the show. You will notice the first three are exceptionally pointy.
Dark Storm over Vancouver:

The Rainy Season of Vancouver

Intricate:

Intricate

Spires of God:

The Duomo, the Heaven Side

Farewell Holland:

Farewell Holland

Fourth on Lake Austin:

Fourth on Lake Austin

This is Nathaniel:

This is Nathaniel

Rush Hour in Seoul:

Rush Hour

One Night in Bangkok:

One Night in Bangkok

Le Crypto

This is a crypt that was buried deep under an old church in Rome. I can assure everyone that this is one spot I was NOT supposed to be, and certainly NOT with a camera, and definitely NOT supposed to be listening on my iPod to 80′s pop tunes.

Le Crypto

I have also put this in my Churches of Italy set. The picture below from the Duomo in Milan also links to that set if you have an interest.

The Airy Doom of the Duomo

Trenitalia

This is Trenitalia in the Milan Train Station. I’ve taken this train all over Italy and it is really the best way to see the country. I highly recommend it over flying…
Trenitalia

Corner of the Duomo

It was hard not to take a good HDR picture inside of the Duomo. I can’t really take credit for it…

Stained Corner

Images of Italy

Here is a variety of pictures I recently processed from Italy. These are from all over: Rome, Milan, Milan, and Naples, in that order.

The Ancient Roman Forum at Midnight

Home in the Trees

Train Hangar

Orange Heart of Napoli

Italian Office

The Italians work in slight different sorts of office buildings… okay not all of them, but some of them certainly do.

Arch Office

Navigli Canals

I’ve posted a few pictures of these, but the place was so scenic, I can’t help but post more.

Navigli

Gates of hell

Here is a dark church I found somewhere in Milan.

Gates of Hell

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