Light that disperses the darkness. Here, in the church, the shining candle symbolizes not only the rays of sun that enable us to see the world around us, but also the spiritual light that points the way to God. The first photo is my favorite. It reminds me of cupped hands holding a little light … More Shine in the Darkness / WPC
The gardens that surround Villa Borghese in Rome have a long history. Established by Cardinal Scipione Borghese in 1605 from his former vinyard, the gardens are one of the most extensive in Rome. There is a number of fountains that refresh both body and spirit after a hot day in the city. My two favorites … More Fountains in Borghese Gardens / WPC
Selfie was not invented with the arrival of cell phones. It was invented in Roman times 🙂 And even then the quest for the ultimate selfie was already dangerous, tragic really, as evidenced by the poor soul below. Funny too, how the taking of the selfie also removed his clothing 🙂 My contribution to Weekly Photo … More Quest for the Ultimate Selfie / WPC
This strong and expressive hand pressing into the delicate body was sculpted in marble by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, the famous Italian sculptor of the Baroque Era. The hand and the thigh belong to one of his beautiful sculptures, so full of passion – The Rape of Proserpina. I would leave it like that, just as a … More Bernini’s Details / WPC
My contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Signs.
For this challenge I challenged myself to find a candid element to the fountains. All my photographs come from my trip to Rome, but I refrained from posting the well known fountains. Mine are either unknown or parts of bigger sculptures – if you know Rome very well, perhaps you can guess 🙂 If your … More Fountain Frowns and Faces / CFFC
Kiss me, baby! Now scratch my throat here. No, a little lower! That’s the spot… My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – One Love. Also my contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Partners.
One Word Photo Challenge – Balance: