Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Old stairs


Old stairs at "La Cavallerizza Reale". La Cavallerizza Reale is a wide area designed by Amedeo di Castellamonte and modified by Filippo Juvarra and others that was used for Civil and State Services during monarchy.

Antche scale presso "La Cavallerizza Reale". La Cavallerizza Reale è una vasta area progettata da Amedeo di Castellamonte e successivamente modificata da Filippo Juvarra e altri ad uso dell'Amministrazione dello Stato durante la monarchia.
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8 comments:

Doug said...

Great photo

AmyR said...

Lovely composition! I really enjoy that the staircase on the right is not quite as weathered and chipped as the other.

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joo said...

It's beautiful.

Laurie said...

Those bicycles really add to the mood of this shot, don't they? Beautiful work, as usual Fabrizio. I like the filter and the blue-ish hue.

altadenahiker said...

Save for the bikes, the photo looks at least 100 years old. It also rather reminds me of Escher.

RobAlferi said...

A few years ago, in 2006, in the early days of August, we shoot a lot of pictures for the upcoming CD that has never been released. The band disbanded after a few days!
But whe choose to shoot at the Cavallerizza facilities because it is actually a GREAT location!!!
I know what you mean Fabrizio...

Lindab said...

I think this these are the buildings that were used for the conference offices for the big Suzuki music world convention we attended back in 2006. There was a lovely cobbled courtyard where we Scots enjoyed sitting in the warm Italian spring sunshine.