Really beautiful composition, Fabrizio!The warm glow of the lights in the houses is a nice touch & the Mole is perfectly positioned.
I am attracted to the light in the window on the left. I wonder who is in the room??
I couldn't see any blur. I have found with the CDPB many wonderful photographers but often their photos seem more of an expostion of their work than a documentary of where they live. Which is more important, the photo itself or its content? Here in Torino I find both. Best wishes :-)
it's a beautiful photo and thanks for sharing it... it's peaking out and watching over everyone... =)
interesting building, beautiful capture
davero interessante questa vista, molto immediata e molto riuscita!
Thank you very much indeed and yes, Kate, I had *exactly* same thought when I took the photo ;-)
So glad you shared. I love steeples!PatGuelph Daily Photo, Pat's Photo-a-Day
F, you are allowed to "blur". The photo has a good feeling about it.
The lighting makes the Antonelliana have a slightly ghostly appearance, with blue tone. Nice photograph.
Oh it is beautiful, I cannot see the blur...
Well done! The top of Mole Antonelliana looks like a juxtaposition of building façades. Love it!
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