That is a beautiful photo. The street is so flat and straight.I would love to go up the hill to see the vista of Torino.
That looks like another Roman road, And I tell you what, if it is a Roman road, when it hits that hill it will go straight over it. Never follow a Roman road on a bicycle just because it looks nice and straight on the map.(Apologies for all this talk of Rome on your Torino site, Fabrizio)
A great shot - I never did get to Torino - I hope that I get a chance to get back to Italy & pay you a visit :)
Looks like a dangerous vantage point but I assume you are on a crossing island.
Love the photo and the way the eye is drawn to the distance. I laughed at Gerald's comment wondering where you were standing and at Richard's Rome comment. I have a friend who has recently moved to your beautiful city. One day,one day I'll get to visit I hope. Your blog really brings it alive for me.
This is a very nice photograph--so clean and crisp. I like it. It looks like you had a very nice day with sunshine. It poured rain yesterday and I took some photos through the windshield experimenting. Abraham LincolnBrookville Daily Photo
So let's hope tomorrow's photo osn't taken from you flattened on the road!
Fabrizio, what a nşce perspective...Sally, you made me laugh...:))
Ming, I published some photo from the hill. HERE and HERE you can have an idea, then, in future, I'll post more :-)Richard, you don't have to apologize at all. Torino born from a Romanic camp !!!Nikon and Jilly, you are more than welcome and I'd be happy to take you around here !Gerald, no I was just in the middle of the road but -as you can see- there wasn't so much trafficUhm Sally :-) you make me laugh. No, I didn't plan to flatten down yet. LoL
E' vero. Anche dalla mia casetta di Regio Parco se ne vede un pezzetto...
theres a road called United States? I wonder how the word Hawai'i would look like in Italian =) I guess it would be just Hawai'i
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