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Rome, Italy. [on black]

Location: under the Ara Pacis
Text on the wall: extract of Res Gestæ Divi Augusti, funerary inscription of the first Roman Emperor Augustus written in Latin language.

Fuji Neopan SS + Nikon F100 + Nikon Nikkor 50mm 1.8D // Minolta DIMAGE IV scanner

Here is a cycling version of the Res Gestae. Pheraps less perfect and less meaningful than this one, it is like a 'bad copy' for me, but I love the cyclist passing through! A sporting way to deal with life! ;)

Please, send me only one invitation at time, thank you... I hate when the words are stolen in a sea of icons and logos, thank you!

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  1. Frizztext 70 months ago | reply

    please join our contest B&W (5) at
    post MEDIUM sized :-)

  2. paola rizzi 69 months ago | reply

    che strano...mi sembrava di aver gia' commentato questa foto, ma vedo che non ti e'arrivato il mio commento....stupendissima.....

  3. lorenzo cuppini verducci 69 months ago | reply

    Grazie Paola,
    ricordi benissimo, in realtà ho pubblicato tre versioni di questa foto, questa è la versione con taglio quadrato :). Grazie ancora, davvero onorato!


  4. onkel_wart (thomas lieser) 65 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called 500x500 -- Best Of, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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