Rome- From stick to stick, Romans in the valley, the Lizzie McGuire Story

Ahhhh Rome, the eternal city. What secrets do you hold? Rome was our last stop on the whirlwind journey through Italy, and even though we only had two days to explore, I would say it was worth it. On our first day we did what every good tourist does- go to the Colosseum, and proceed from there to the Pantheon, Trevi fountain, various parks and squares. Most of these are ancient sites were so crowded, it was hard to get a good shot. Rome is definitely had the most tourists we had seen. The second day we spent the morning and early afternoon in Vatican City before catching our flight (now there’s a story) in the evening. We saw St. Peter’s square and Basilica, because as my old Comparative Literature professor always said ‘when you go to Rome you have to see St. Peter’s square’. It really was amazing, Bernini, Michealangelo, and Maderno, you did well.

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About arianeelyse

I’m Ariane, I’m a graphic designer living in Toronto Ontario. I went to the University of Western Ontario and graduated in 2010 with a degree in Media Studies, and a diploma in Multimedia Design and Production. I started this blog with Chris to share and record our adventures.
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One Response to Rome- From stick to stick, Romans in the valley, the Lizzie McGuire Story

  1. Chris Button says:

    Great shots. Good work at avoiding stray people. Your compositions – leading lines and proportions – are very nicely done.

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