Monday, November 14, 2016

The Vatican - part 2

A quiet photo before we plunge into chaos, madness and magnificence.


Ready?



 As I mentioned in the last post, photography was a challenge due to constant movement of the crowd that we just had to flow along with.
So most of the photos are not of the best quality.




 A Romulus and Remus relief.



The ceilings were amazing.  It's easy to get a sore neck on a Vatican tour.








And the floors are amazing too.









To be continued ...............

The Vatican, Rome - July 2015


14 comments:

  1. Bonjour,

    Effectivement il n'est pas aisé de prendre des photos avec la foule qui nous oblige à faire très vite !
    Merci de partager avec nous ce joli reportage.

    Gros bisous ❀

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    1. Ce n'etait pas facile mais just possible lol.

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  2. Beautiful! You'd never know there was a crowd with all those fabulous architectural and painting details up high!

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    1. Lucky there were a lot of things up high to take photos lol.

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    1. Thank you. Yes even with the crowds it was amazing.

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  4. Wow, I love all the architectural details! Thank you so much for sharing, I feel as if I was taking this tour with you! :)

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    1. Your company is welcome any time :)

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  5. Ah! these pics bring back memories of being totally lost in the Vatican - and perhaps missing the many beautiful art-works that lie within it's walls because my sister and I were more intent on finding our guide than treasuring the moment.

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    1. I think getting lost in the Vatican would have been amazing!

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  6. Hello, what an awesome place to tour. I can only imagine the crowds. The ceiling and floor are beautiful. Thanks for sharing your trip! Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  7. Si punta il cielo per davvero...quanta bellezza e armonia!
    Grazie cara Debs, per queste meravigliose immagini.
    Un caro abbraccio da Luci@

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