Vesuvius in the Mist

This was shot in Naples in the early morning before all the fog had time to burn off the Bay of Napoli. The volcano in the background is Mount Vesuvius.

Morning Mist under Vesuvius

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

Death from Above

Here is a rather ominous carving I found in an old church in Rome.

In the Arms of the Dead

The Saintly Chains in the Reliquary

Found in a crypt in Rome…

The Chains of a Saint in the Reliquary

Alone in the Church

Here is the Santa Maria de Maggiore in Rome. I happened to catch it on a day where it was not crowded.

Alone in the Church

Religion from Bangkok and Rome

I suppose it’s not hard to guess which is which.

For the Catholic one, I suggest the Large on Black version.

Blinded

An Old Perspective on Religion

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

Naples Cafe in the Evening

When I was in Italy I passed this cool outdoor cafe so I decided to grab a shot. The light was very good with the setting sun plus the warm oranges of the lights around the cafe itself.

Naples Cafe in the Evening

The Convent Garden

I found this nun watering the garden not too far from the Vatican in Rome.

The Convent Gardens

Storm Approaching Pompeii

This was taken on a rather hot summer day as a huge cloud was about to overtake the Roman ruins of Pompeii.

Storm Approaching Pompeii

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