Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Piazza Vittorio Veneto


Piazza Vittorio Veneto (here just a detail) that being long 360 meters and large 111 meters is one of the most wide place in Europe. Of course I'll take more shot of it in future. That Church we see in background is Gran Madre di Dio (see its photo HERE).

Piazza Vittorio Veneto (qui solo un dettaglio) che essendo lunga 360 metri e larga 111 è una delle più grandi piazze Europee. Naturalmente la fotograferò ancora in futuro. La Chiesa che si vede sullo sfondo è la Gran Madre di Dio (V. sua foto QUI).
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14 comments:

Rudy said...

I really like the duo tone quality of this image and of course, the repetition.

Rudy said...

Fabrizio, you have an uncanny eye for amazing light, colors and patterns.

jules said...

I must agree with Rudy. The green is quite striking. It feels as though something exciting is going on.

Nazzareno said...

Una composizione cromatica di toni freddi veramente piacevole... c'è questo verde in primo piano, poi, che regala una suggestione particolare. Bravo come sempre.

edwin s said...

I'm with Rudy. The colour gives it a very retro-futuristic look to it.

Nathalie said...

Nice apple green and purple blue colour contrast. Are the flags about anything particular or just celebrating Torino?

Abraham Lincoln said...

The contrasts in colors is amazing.

kris said...

comtemptorary and classic, beautifully combined! nice tones too

isabella said...

This would make a great promotional poster! Anything special going on in Torino in 2007?

alice said...

Very smart! ;-)

Ben said...

I just want to say thank you for comment on Nelson DP.
I like "Holy Week" post and this one. Interesting cast of colour and I agree with Isabella, it makes great promotional poster.

AphotoAday said...

What a great shot -- this, and all the others... Italy is so interesting -- don't think I'll ever get there, but am sure enjoying seeing your great photos !

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Nathalie and Isabella they was put down last year (in red) to celebrate Olympic Winter Games and Torino2006 was the motto. This year they changed them colours (yeloow-green) to celebrate Winter Universiade that were been held in February. -- Thank you to everybody !!!

AgentSully said...

Wow! Awesome! Do you post pictures on flickr.com?