Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Mole Antonelliana 3


When I'm there around, I cannot not to take it. So I showed the symbol of Torino: the Mole Antonelliana many times. In particular: HERE and HERE and HERE and I'm afraid I'll do it again... Sorry :-)

Quando passo di là, non riesco non fotografarla. Sicché ho mostrato il simbolo di Torino: la Mole Antonelliana molte volte. In particolare: QUI e QUI e QUI e temo lo rifarò ancora... Mi spiace :-)
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15 comments:

pusa said...

dotn be sorry we love seeing your "mole"

i particularly like this shot

Emily Lin said...

Excellent shot! The angle of this shot has made it looks so interesting. Well done! :D

Nikon said...

Beautiful shot from a great angle.
I love the color on the tower.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Spectacular photo!! Initially, I thought it was the Eiffel Tower.

Love the view of the balcony too.

Glenn Standish said...

Fantastic shot...great angle. Like Ming I also mistook it for the Eiffel Tower. That could be inspiration for a future Theme day! Take a picture of a building in such a way that it looks like something else!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Very nice photograph. I like it a lot.

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kris said...

dont worry, I love this angle!

Nazzareno said...

Pur essendo la IV foto dello stesso soggetto, ha una sua particolare prospettiva che la rende unica. Sono curioso per la V.

macky said...

Very artistic photo!! I love the angle.

Annie said...

It's spectacularly inspiring, Fabrizio Ikol22. Please show it again and again and again.

denton said...

They are all wonderful photos and I hope to see many more. I especially like the second "here" link ... In your photo today it is interesting how the Mole Antonelliana appears to lean to the right while the building closer to the lens leans only a little. I have noticed this on my photos when shooting tall buildings and looking up. In some extreme cases there is a barrel effect.

Ele ^_^ said...

Sarà anche lo stesso soggeto, ma ogni volta hai sempre fatto una foto diversa e sempre bellissima, in particolare mi piace quella del secondo qui ^_^ a presto!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I would never get tired of seeing this -- wonderful!

Lavenderlady said...

How lucky you are that you can be there to take so many wonderful photos.

Massim. said...

Questa è una gran foto!
Bravissimo Fabrizio!