Oct 2, 2009

Published Photographs: Back Street Rome Edition

Rome has no shortage of iconic sites to photograph. Wandering its cobblestone back alleys also presents museum worthy treasures. Headless and talking statues are among them.

The more mundane such as hanging laundry and pharmacy signs are additional photographic opportunities, scenes that might be overlooked in your own city. These have appeared in a variety of newspapers, books and magazines.

4 comments:

Hobo ........ ........ ........ said...

That is an great idea to think about history again.

Lakshmi said...

I was in Rome for a little more than a day and I would love to go back there again..

Fly Girl said...

I swaer, I have yet to ever see anything boring in Italy. Even the signs look elegant.

Heather on her travels said...

Rome has so many visual delights, every time you turn a corner, there's something about all that golden stone.