Travel Photography Featured photos taken in Italy
Herculaneum. Amphitrite was an ancient marine deity, the consort of Poseidon. They had a son, Triton, and a daughter, Rhode. Amphitrite's offspring also included seals and dolphins.
Piazza della Repubblica
Pliny the Younger described the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD as being in the shape of a stone pine: "I cannot give you a more exact description of its appearance than by comparing to a stone pine tree; for it shot up to a great height in the form of a tall trunk, which spread out at the top as though into branches."
Some rain was falling so the area was quiet and I was able to get this pictures of the Colosseum.
the painting of cupola di san agnese in piazza novana
randomly in the middle of a street....3 tables with chefs carving veg.
This festival is a delight. I love the medieval costumes and the cell phone.
The very quiet, unspoiled hamlet of Gropina in Tuscany.
These padlocks seemed randomly attached to a signpost near the Ponte Vecchio in Florenece. Apparently, people put locks on railing, bridges, posts etc as a way to show their love for someone else.... you can see the names of some of the people written on the locks.
A Black & White photograph of one of the key modes of transport in the City of Florence.
The Uffizi Gallery in Florence offers a great view of the river and its bridges, including the famous Ponte Vecchio.
i thought this seemed very quirky
A regional flag marking its territory in Siena.
Regional Flags in Siena.
This photograph shows one of fourteen towers in the walled town of San Gimignano.
The village of Loro Ciuffenna in Tuscany.
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