Posts tagged color
Prayers In The Church in Naples, Italy

I walked around the mid-18th century Baroque space, looking up, marveling at the ceilings and molding.  I photographed the wealth of the Kingdom of Naples, a century before it became woven into the country of Italy. The light entering from the windows near the ceiling was cast golden from the gold plates on the ceiling and the rich brown hue of the wooden walls.

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Waves Crashing in Positano, Italy

Once I got to the rocky part of the beach where these cliffs started, I had to watch my step as I trekked across a small wooden bridge that spanned a gap in the rocks.  I walked to the edge of a small cliff and watched these waves crashing onto the rocks. I set my trusty Nikon on continuous release mode, placed the viewfinder to my eye, my finger on the shutter release, and waited for the right moment.

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Lounging In The Garden in Miami

Vizcaya Gardens in Miami is a peaceful vacation from the bustling city outside its grounds.  Here it’s easy for a visitor to be transported to another time and place, possibly when the world is a little more perfect and where everything is a little easier.  A place and time where people are allowed to lounged by a fountain and think.

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First Date in Miami

He had picked a flower for her on their bike ride and she kept it with her all the way to their destination.  The flower now sat a bit wilted, but still colorful, on the bench between them. Her nails were freshly manicured, her blouse and white tights were very pretty for going out for a bike ride.

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Lone Fisherman in Lipari, Italy

You know that history students all over study about the Mycenaeans, but you can see remnants of their civilization only minutes from your home.  You know that literature students all over study about the dangerous sirens in Homer’s Odyssey, but you can see at any time you want their home near the 2 rocks jutting of the clear blue Tyrrhenian sea.

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