March 16, 2010

By: hande

Mar 16 2010

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Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:28mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/125 sec
Camera:NIKON D80

Lost

Can you guess where this is? (which street/corner)

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7 comments on “March 16, 2010”

  1. Ecke Via Appia/Petersplatz, da wo die Spanische Treppe aufhört, wenn sie vom Piazza de Popolo runterkommt. (Ich glaub’ es wird wirklich Zeit, mal wieder nach Rom zu kommen.) Spontaner Kommentar zum Bild: „Viele Wege irren in Rom”.

  2. Behind the Palazzo Altemps museum!
    Don’t you just love the Codognotto wood carvings? Go visit his workshop on the nearby via dei Pianellari n.14

    Ciao!
    Eleonora
    Roma Every Day

  3. Eleonora got it right, of course, but it doesn’t count, since she lives here ;-) Yes, I love those carvings, have already been in his workshop. And Sebastian, you just really messed with my mind, for a moment I was all “??????”! Yes, you need to come!

  4. Just the right plan – with spring in my head. (First sunny & snowfree day since a.c. in Munich today.)

  5. great shot, H! this is my fave fave place, i always passed this to get to the 30 bus stop on the corso rinascimento from maccheroni (erm, i used to get lost, which is why i took the zig zag route!)!

  6. ah! i wrote too soon, this is similar to the one near the small church on the pantheon side of corso rinascimento, do you know the place i am referring to? they have the same exact signs.

    • no no, you are right, this is exactly the place! Behind the museo Altemps and right in front of the church, on the way to (or from!) corso rinascimento.


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