Modena, Italy (Part III)

by Mo Jiwa October. 29, 2018 95 views

This is the final post in my series of photos from Modena. I keep intending to go out and take more photos... so I'll say I'll be back with more posts soon, but who am I kidding - the posts will come when they come. I can't force myself to go out and take photos - it just happens.
Anyway, onto the photos...

This first one is a reflection of the military building in the Piazza Roma. Unlike my previous reflection photo, I took this one from an angle that was pretty representative of the source object... can't have too many abstract photos now. I do like how the little ripples give it a dream-like feel:

The military building in Piazza Roma

The military building in Piazza Roma

This next set of photos for me exemplify the stereotypical concept of Italy a lot of people have. I even edited them into black and white to give them that old Italian movie feeling - note the waiter animatedly talking to the lady and her dog in the second photo:

The cobbled stoned streets of Modena's town centre

The cobbled stoned streets of Modena's town centre

My final image is that of the duomo in the main square of Modena. It was a beautifully sunny day and despite the building works being carried out, the architecture is still fabulous... annoyingly however, it looks as though that lens need a bit of a clean:

Modena Duomo in the town's main square

Modena Duomo in the town's main square

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