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 Italians work in slight different sorts of office buildings… okay not all of them, but some of them certainly do.
I’ve posted a few pictures of these, but the place was so scenic, I can’t help but post more.
Here is a dark church I found somewhere in Milan.
Here is a set of some rather strange art I found in a forest in a hard-to-find and wonder-why-you-went-in-the-first-place part of Milan.
I found this interesting modern sculpture in Milan at night and I got a shot headed back towards the Vittorio Emanuelle.
Here is the north side of the roof of the Duomo in the evening light. The dark sky is from a tiny oncoming dusk rainshower.
Here is a collage I put together the other night about midnight when I could not sleep. This is an alternating series from the roof and the inside of the Duomo in Milan.
As the title does not coyly suggest:
This shot of the Gesu Nuovo in Naples came out with incredible details. If you have high-bandwidth, check out this version.
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