Thursday, November 15, 2007

Luci d'Artista 2a- Piazza Vittorio Veneto

Piazza Vittorio, Nicola De Maria: Kingdom of flowers. This is the first part of his project: all lamposts of porticos -in the square- have been coloured. More to come !!!!

Piazza Vittorio, Nicola de Maria: Regno dei fiori. Questa è la prima parte del progetto che prevede la colorazione di tutti i lampioni dei portici della Piazza. Segue !!!!
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13 comments:

Kate said...

Oh, Fabrizio, this is lovely! I like the peek at the background murals, the coloured lights and the two arches.

• Eliane • said...

And it renders very well. It's those colors playing with the shadow from the portico and the vintage pictures in the background that makes this photo pop. I especially like how the picture on the right has a few touches of colors that echoes the lanterns. Beautifully done.

Isadora said...

The contrasting images are lovely.

Nikon said...

Like Kate, I like the peak at the background murals. The lights are gorgeous and just the right intensity. Nice composition with the arches - I like it all :)
Thanks for your visit - the artist of the painting is, Jac Martin-Ferrieres (1893-1974).

evlahos said...

great color composition!!!

Fort Lauderdale Daily Photo said...

Love the light and color. Great shot, as is your previous one.

bluechic said...

I like the way the color comes out from behind the darkness...very beautiful

oldmanlincoln said...

Very nice colors in thos lamps and the arches are really nice.

isabella said...

You framed it so nicely!

Those lanterns seem so simplistic - different color panels - yet the effect is startling! You, Italians, are so crafty ;-)

Jorge said...

I like the way you choose the subject for your shots =) and this photo is just another sample of your perfect taste ;)

Chris said...

This is a very lovely shot, Fabrizio!

I wanted to tell you that my grandparents were from Petrano, L'Aquila in Abruzzo. We were there about 10 years ago and really want to come back to Italia. I would love to eventually make it to Torino, too.

richard said...

The photo captures your attention as soon as it opens - the B+W picture forms a contrast and focus

Oya said...

You become a very good photographer...Framing, light, composing....Perfect !