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Urban Portrait – Stazione Nomentana

Posted on Jul 1, 2009 | 6 comments

6 Comments

  1. I follow your blog and each day am even more captivated by your photos. Envious too, perhaps, of your talent and where you are.

  2. great capture…i stop by to see where you are each post. i have spent a lot of time in rome as i have an aunt/uncle who've lived there since the 60s.

  3. bunky – welcome and thanks so much! it's always fun to hear from new readers. so glad you enjoy the photos and hope you make it over to visit some day.

    Erin – Thank you as well! Hope the photos give you sense of really being here. Very nice that you have family here, I'm sure it gives you a good sense of what it's like to live here when you come to visit.

  4. That is surely SERIOUS graffiti! Thanks for bringing us the Rome beyond tourist snaps.
    Sydney Daily Photo

  5. I wouldn't believe this was in Rome. It is so different. It's fascinating how deep you captured so simple moment.

    And, Jessica, thanks for your sweet comment on my blog. I'm sending you a big smile from Prague 🙂

  6. Wow-I love this. I'd been past the Nomentana so many times but this is definitely a different side to Roma life. Nice.

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