The Duomo - A different perspective

© Dee Caraballo

The Duomo - A different perspective

Uploaded: November 11, 2005

Description

Part of the facade of the Duomo in Florence, Italy

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Comments

Katrina McMeans November 13, 2005

I really like the perspective here, Dee! I love how it looks as if it were done in Sepia tones! Neat angle!
~K #343310

Dee Caraballo November 13, 2005

Thank you, Katrina. This one was done the same day as the other "creepy" one. But I didn't quite get that scary thing this time. I was actually disappointed in how it turned out initially.

Actually, no filter or color change applied. The church has these pastel type touches that came across as you see it here. It really is a gorgeous church.

I'm glad you like it! #2070558

Collette Photography November 15, 2005

This is a beautiful building, great capture!!!
However, it does seem to be a bit on the dark side, you night try lightening it a bit. but thats just a thought.

-Collette- #2079920

Dee Caraballo November 16, 2005

Collette,

Thank you so much. It really is a beautiful church. I had been aiming for a dark, gothic look because of hte clouds but missed the mark. Sigh. It definitely is too dark. #2084057

Sandra Freyler November 16, 2005

I love this image, Dee! Excellent composition! Wonderful image! :) #2085179

Tina Davidson November 18, 2005

Hi Dee - I had to go check out your gallery and as soon as I saw this - my eyes got real wide with excitement - Florence!!!! I have my own shots of this Duomo, but not from this perspective - very cool! #2091755

Dee Caraballo November 18, 2005

Thank you, Sandra and Tina.

Tina, I took one look at your gallery and I thought "Oh, she's drawn to the same sort of images I want to capture!" I spent a long time in the cemetary at San Miniato walking among the gravestones. It's a gorgeous city and I look forward to going back. #2092497

Stan J. Bendkowski November 19, 2005

Great photo, Dee! Beautiful architecture. #2094000

Dee Caraballo November 20, 2005

Thank you very much, Stan! #2097505

Reggie Santos December 01, 2005

whoaah...how can I climb up there? so high eh....

haha..very clever shot...i love the angle. #2142847


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