Saturday, June 23, 2007

Palazzo Reale 1


Followng suggestion of Emily Lin I go to post another image of Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale) in Torino. I remember that Torino was the first capital of Italy and this Palace was the residence -until 1865- of Royal family. I said "another" because last 4th of February I posted the first image of it (see HERE).

Seguendo parte della richiesta di Emily Lin vado a mostrare un'altra immagine di Palazzo Reale a Torino. Rammento che Torino è stata la prima Capitale d'Italia e questo Palazzo fu la residenza -sino al 1865- della famiglia Reale. La prima foto inserita concernente il Palazzo Reale, venne pubblicata lo scorso 4 Febbraio (V. QUI).
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10 comments:

iBlowfish said...

Beautiful night shot and beautiful palace!

Nikon said...

I like the lighting at the base of the statues & along the wall.
Another nice night shot.

Sally said...

Very, very regal. I love your night shots - I suppose you use a tripod?

Enjoy the winter sun in Sydney! http://sydneynearlydailyphot.blogspot.com/

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Both photos of the palace are amazing! What is it used for now? A museum?

Do you use a tripod for these photos? They are soooo clear.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

To respond to your comment on my blog about meeting people -- yes, it is hard to meet people in NYC too. People here are not as quick to become friends here. Most of my friends are coworkers and former cowokers from my old job.

The Cooking Ninja said...

simply beautiful.

Diana Baur said...

Fabrizio, your blog got announced on the Slow Travel/Slow Talk website yesterday, and the visitors to that website are starting to chat about how fabulous it is... I am going to link your blog to mine so that people can see Torino for all of its beauty. Thank you for creating such a wonderful blog.

Keith said...

what a great place to photograph
I like how the fog adds a bit of mystique to the already excellent photo

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Thank you to everyone and yes I use tripod in each night shot.

Emily Lin said...

Simply beautiful! Well, thank you so much for accepting my suggestion! :)