This is from a park in Milan. I forgot the name of it, but like everything in Italian, it sounds like food.
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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.
This reminds me of my Velerio’s dad in Naples who has the exact same picture, but from about 40 years ago. He has a ton of great pictures in his stream… It’s also interesting to see how he has embraced HDR.
Here is a tiny (actually it pretty small compared to most) church a few minutes away from the Colosseum. They don’t normally let the public in, but I sneaked in behind a wedding party that was there checking it out for an upcoming wedding. The priest that let us in assumed I was a photographer with the wedding. This is only one of many times I have been outright in-your-face deceptive with priests.
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:
Spires of God:
Fourth on Lake Austin:
This is Nathaniel:
Rush Hour in Seoul:
One Night in Bangkok:
Here is another well-adorned church in Rome. If you look at the details of the painting on the left in the large version, they are quite detailed.
Also if you look close, you can see the nun in the black habit in the lower left.
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.
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.