iPhone, 29mm, f/2.2, 1/1600s, ISO 25
Last time I was in Rome I took the time for a long morning stroll in the Villa Borghese, and I stumbled upon this artificial lake (I’m assuming) with a tiny roman temple in the middle. The reflection in the lake gave the impression of two temples, and so I snapped it right up!
Robes vs Kilts
Canon 1000D, 115mm, f/4.5, 1/800s, ISO 200
Wandering nuns is one of the staples of Rome, but when they cross wandering scottish rugby fans, you know you have a shot. Part of the fun of street photography is capturing these odd moments of life, more frequent than we think.
Shot just outside a flea market in Rome’s Trastevere. The man came accross as both sad and proud when I asked if I could take his photo.
Rome is a street photographer’s paradise! There’s always something going on. And the backdrops are magnificent too!
The Coliseum in Rome is damn old, so an old processing emulation seemed fitting…