Wednesday, August 29, 2007

via Po... On demand ^-^

As Keith of McGoffs - Sydney daily photo asked yesterday I cropped (another photo but taken in exact position I took the yesterday one), the photo centered on the street. Enlarging the photo is possible to see at bottom the Gran Madre di Dio church. Clicking on this link Gran Madre, you will find everything about that curch published on this blog.

Come Keith del blog McGoffs - Sydney daily photo (cfr questo link e il restante nell'edizione inglese) ha chiesto ieri, ho ritagliato la fotografia (un'altra fotografia ma scattata nella stessa posizione). Allargando la fotografia è possibile vedere in fondo la Chiesa Gran Madre di Dio. Cliccanto sul link Gran Madre è possibile vedere tutte le ricorrenze che la concernono nel corso di questo blog.
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Keith said...

thanks for that, just as I had envisioned it.
Now I owe you one from Sydney... when you find a shot you want taken from a different perspective, let me know and I'll see what I can do :)

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Awesome photo, as usual.

Nathalie said...

Very good idea, Keith, I really like this shot.
Enjoyed very much the night and day effects on two following days.

Thanks Fabrizio for your kind comments on the opening of Avignon in Photos.

Nikon said...

Another beautiful night shot, Fabrizio.

Jules said...

Great perspective - very dramatic!!!!

Anonymous said...

A beautiful photograph, Fabrizio. It looks like you can see for miles and the buildings are all on the same level. That is amazing.

Thank you, Fabrizio, for coming to my blog and for commenting on the story about the old station.

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Torino is a magical place and you showcase it brilliantly. Bravo, Fabrizio.

Ann (MobayDP) said...

What a shot! :-D I love it.