Aurorus Reflectus Colosseo

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Ahhh Rome! I love it there. Everywhere I walked was filled with art and inspiration. One of my hobbies is ancient Roman history, so the city had forever held a mythical romanticism place in my mind. I have a bad (good) habit of circumnavigating structures before taking photos to find the right angle. I say bad because some of these structures are so big that it's a major commitment to walk around the thing. Finally, however, it paid off and I found some wet pavement just outside one of the subways.

That purple streak in the upper left is very mysterious. I don't really remember what happened during the shot to cause that, but it was an unexpected and pleasant surprise.
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  1. DMR7878 39 months ago | reply

    Great SHot n HDR

  2. luca.ciavatta [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

    Great capture.

  3. GABRIEL,LUIS 36 months ago | reply

    Congratulations!
    This is a wonderful shot!


    Seen at the group:
    artland

  4. Fred255 Photography 36 months ago | reply

    HDR:Striving Toward Excellence
    ~: Award Of Excellence :~

  5. mariejirousek 36 months ago | reply

    Great colors!

    HDR:Striving Toward Excellence
    ~: Award Of Excellence :~

  6. falk3n 32 months ago | reply

    astonishing trey

  7. Fernando1126 29 months ago | reply

    wow!!! fantastic!!!

  8. artland 27 months ago | reply

    Congratulations!
    This is a wonderful shot!
    You are invited to post it to:


    artland

  9. Lemoné 24 months ago | reply

    simply..wonderful!!!

  10. artland 19 months ago | reply

    Congratulations!
    This is a wonderful shot!
    You are invited to post it to:


    artland

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