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:
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:
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: