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Slick Pavement

Posted on Sep 15, 2009 | 11 comments

So it seems as though the weather has turned over the past week and all of a sudden the rainy season is upon us. Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy to have a break in the heat, but I really hope it doesn’t continue on like this! Last winter was the wettest I remember and I’m not ready to go down that road again, so let’s hope it’s temporary. All you travelers, take comfort that it seems to be clear during the day and then rainy in the evening.

In homage to the weather over the past few days, I took this shot out of a friend’s window. The cobblestones almost look like a snakeskin and I love the glistening effect it gives off.

Let’s hope it doesn’t rain this Sunday, when myself, Omino71, and Mr.Klevra will be participating in the Urban Expo at Circolo degli Artisti organized as Shakers! opening party of the season. From 7 pm to 9 pm you can stop by and see my photos projected while Omino71 and Mr. Klevra do some live painting and show off their work. Plus it’s free (and we’ll be inside), so you have no excuse not to come!

11 Comments

  1. what a great shot of the pavemet., i like the reflection of the lights., looks really good.

  2. Wow, Jess, you just keep getting better and better. This is one of my favorites in a long list of favorites!
    DMae

  3. I was trying to think what it reminded me of then I read… snakeskin! Exactly.

    Love the lines of the photo. Nice job.
    I miss rain.

  4. I agree with DMae-one of my favorites-right place at the right time-love the reflection-you have a good eye

  5. excellent photo. it does look like very expensive snake skin.

    I'm with you, I hope this winter is not as wet as last year's.

    Of course it's scheduled to rain most of next week and this weekend. sigh.

  6. Thanks guys! I leaned out my friend's window to see if my ride had arrived and thought…thank god I have my camera!

  7. Very nice. What was your shutter speed here?

  8. Bellissima foto.
    All your photos are great and Rome must provide endless inspiration. I was last there two years ago and love it every time.

  9. Peter – The exif is 800 ISO, f/4.5, 1/4 shutter speed.

    Anna Maria – Thanks so much for commenting. I'm glad you like the photos and hope you return often.

  10. hi jessi,
    nice shots as usual…may i ask u write shutter sp,diaf,aperture and iso of u`r pictures please…

  11. Hi Tarantash – Thanks for following the blog! If I can find an easy way to include the data then I'll definitely start including it in the posts.

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