Category: Architecture

Venice Three – Architecture

Venice, Italy (because there are other Venices) features some unique architecture.  Gotta be honest with you, and this is going to be interesting to fellow photographers, I cranked…

Venice Two – Facade

When I finally woke up in Venice, I took a stroll through the insane streets and finally observed some of the unique architecture. It’s like the Italians in…

Venice One – 5am

Took a night train to Venice and arrived just as the sun was creeping between the run-down buildings which clattered down confusing streets. This still and empty tomb…

Lost in Amalfi III – Church

Italy is a very religious country. What a blessing it is to have so many churches all over the place. And a big plus when those churches believe…

Lost in Amalfi II – Architecture

It’s not confirmed, and there’s no way to confirm this because he’s dead, but it is believed that Dr. Seuss based Whoville on Amalfi. When I say “it…

5 things you didn’t know about Pompeii *and were too indifferent to ask

 1. I wrote that headline and immediately lost interest in writing the appropriate photoblog. I’m not sure why. Maybe it’s because I don’t know 5 things that you…

Whoa!! The interiors of these Pompeii ruins will blow your brilliant little mind!

If you’re like me, you think that humanity has progressively become more and more intelligent the longer they’ve existed. If you consider how dumb Neanderthals were (not that…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part XI of XI

Before we leave Roma, here are a few more images with which we’ll say goodbye (or au revoir as they say in Europe). Not sure where this picture…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part X of XI

~Laughing in Church~ an unpretentious essay   Do you remember laughing in church? You with your friend, brother or sister. Someone made a joke or passed gas or…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part IX of XI

I need to take a moment at the top of this post to apologize for my last post. It seems some people think my posts have been slipping…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part VI of XI

Roma and architecture are dear, dear friends. They seem intrinsically linked, as if the ancient Romans had nothing better to do than lay brick and tile things. Oh,…