Category: Rome

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 VIII of XI

~ The sound of a beautiful choir singing like angels ~ The holy war I fight within My camera sensor or my film Can raise me up above…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part VII of XI

Memories are wonderful places to go when you need to be lifted up by something wonderful or when you get a little too happy and need to be…

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,…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part V of XI

What follows (not logically as in an argument, but on the page as in what comes up if you scroll down) is a picture which could have been…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part IV of XI

The Trevi Fountain! The Trevi Fountain (Italian: Fontana di Trevi), as far as I can tell, is a fountain in the Trevi district in Rome, Italy, designed by…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part III of XI

Roma at night! Does anyone know what building this is (photo: pictured above)? Rome at night, as pictured above (see: photo) is a spectacular sight. A bright, white…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part II of XI

Behold, the rich, awe-inspiring heritage of sculpture which litters the Roma landscape. You may have heard the saying “too much of a good thing”. This could apply to…

A Study in Understanding Rome – Part I of XI

This past summer I ventured to Europe in hopes of rekindling my relationship with photography and, yes, in hopes of finding myself. It was a pilgrimage of glass…