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Iron Blossoms

Posted on Oct 15, 2008 | 3 comments

I just returned to Rome after a few days working in Venice, so bring you a few shots from there. I’ve been traveling to Venice once a month for the past year or so and in that time have shot a lot of photographs for things that could be useful for publicizing Context Venice. This time, in between, meetings, I just tried to shoot random things that called out to me. I know it sounds ridiculous, but often when walking by places or people, I can see a composition in my head and stop to photograph. This particular photo is of a window grate near Campo S. Bento (where the entrance to the Museo Fortuny is). Each cross section of the iron bars were punctuated by these little flowers. There are actually lots of decorative window grates or door knockers in Venice.

3 Comments

  1. I love your iron blossoms. The detail is so fascinating.

  2. Thanks so much! I noticed after you can even see the little cobweb on the iron. Anyway, I’m glad to hear you like it.

  3. I always get surprised on you ability to catch such a nice and impressive details…I am a fan of your blog.

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