This is a photograph from my summer trip to Venice. This sculpture is on the the corner of the Doges Palace and represents Adam and Eve. I’ve always been interested in photographing architectural and sculptural details. I’m challenged each week to share … Continue reading
Walking back to the hotel from dinner one night in Florence we passed by the Ferragamo flagship store. What wonderful window displays there were! I took a few shots of these fantastically weird shoes. This image is of two shots … Continue reading
This was taken in the small Tuscany village of Radicondoli. It’s off the beaten path of the tourists, but a lovely place to see, none the less. (Or maybe because of it!)
I shoot almost entirely with the Hipstamatic app on my iPhone. I am completely addicted to not only the square format, but to the color shifts it offers. For this image, I’ve used the app DXP to combine two photos … Continue reading
Created with a single image, mirrored and layered on top of itself again, The Meeting Point represents a coming together of real and imagined history. The landing below the Basilica of St. Francis, in Assisi, makes for a beautifully graphic image.
While in Tuscany I stumbled upon a gorgeous old spa in the town of Montecatini Terme. It is the place where Fellini filmed 8-1/2. While parts are still a working spa, much of the locale has been turned into a … Continue reading
As anyone who has traveled to Venice will tell you, it’s a truly magical place. This was my fourth trip to the city, and while it has changed quite a bit since my first trip over 20 years ago (sometimes … Continue reading
“All hail the mighty Neptune!” From the Piazza Signora in Florence, filtered with Dynamic Light. But, I must say it really was so bright and sunny that day. We had such a lovely day seeing the art at the Accademia, … Continue reading
The famous dome designed by Brunelleschi, atop the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (more commonly called the Duomo), in Florence, Italy.
Windows are great reflective surfaces to photograph.