Thursday, November 13, 2008

Luci d'Artista 2008

This the first of some photo I go to show about Piazza San Carlo (San Carlo square) with coloured street lamps and these nests around them.

Questa è la prima di alcune foto che vado a mostrare di Piazza San Carlo con i lampioni colorati e questi nidi attorno ad essi.
Luci d'Artista @ Piazza San Carlo

2 - Nicola De Maria: Kingdom of Flowers - Il Regno dei Fiori
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13 comments:

lunarossa said...

Bella, bellissima foto, Fabrizio! Just dazzling. Don't stop. What a wonderful Torino! Good night. Ciao. Antonella

slim said...

The colors look unreal . . . magical

Rambling Round said...

So artsy!

Kate said...

The design of the globe is very unique and very attractive.

USelaine said...

I'm enjoying this series! Remember to save something for Theme Day. 8^)

Tash said...

So unusual & very beautiful. Wonderful photos.

Virginia said...

I find these especially lovely because set against the old buildings it makes for a great play of old/new! I am wondering if they are mulitcolored or just appear that way?
V

Saretta said...

I had no idea that Turin was so pretty, Fabrizio!

mikeacoyle said...

Wonderful photos of the Luci d'artista Fabrizio. I have been out myself to have a look and take a few photos (my first attempt at night photography!). Whilst taking these photos an Italian tourist asked me about the lights and told me how beautiful they are. I have written a small article about the lights on my blog site (www.cappuccinoexperience.com) if anyone is interested. We are really fortunate to live in such a fantastic and lively city.

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

Well, thank you Lunarossa. Yes, wonderful Torino: totally agree :-)

Thank you Slim for visiting my blog;

They are Rambling Round !

Yes Kate and Tash they are almost uniques

Uselaine: I did it and I registered just today ;-)

Virginia, they are multicolored and more the nest continuosly change colour.

Thank you Saretta. Yes, many people and for long time had your same impression. Thanks to the Olympic Games Torino people started to see it under another perspective and this is also my purpose: to introduce to the world the first Capital of Italy.

Thank you Mike and let me invite everyone to visit your blog site cappuccinoexperience.com very well done. Good Job !

babooshka said...

These are so ingenious.

Hilda said...

These are fun and absolutely wonderful!

Jessica said...

Wow belli! Ma questi sono accesso solo per l'inverno o tutto l'anno?