The Baptistry of St. John

The Baptistry of St. John

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Update: The print of this looks ridiculously good, if I do say so myself. Make everyone happy and pick one up by clicking "order a print" above.

While we didn't climb the leaning tower, we did go into the duomo and baptistry. There's no real significance to our choices - the line to get into the tower was considerable and the heat was oppressive. Inside was much, much cooler. All of that marble definitely has an effect.

I live in the middle of a city with many skyscrapers (it's no Hong Kong, but still) and, today, we can make them tall but we can't make them impressive. Not like this.

The alternate image is a colour version.

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The Baptistry of St. John

The Baptistry of St. John

Update: The print of this looks ridiculously good, if I do say so myself. Make everyone happy and pick one up by clicking "order a print" above.

While we didn't climb the leaning tower, we did go into the duomo and baptistry. There's no real significance to our choices - the line to get into the tower was considerable and the heat was oppressive. Inside was much, much cooler. All of that marble definitely has an effect.

I live in the middle of a city with many skyscrapers (it's no Hong Kong, but still) and, today, we can make them tall but we can't make them impressive. Not like this.

The alternate image is a colour version.

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Camera: N/A
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35mm Focal Length:
Exposure: 1/125 sec
Aperture: f 8
ISO: N/A
Views: 1518
Taken: 2009-05-24 03:22:41
Posted: 2009-10-30 | 19:44