25 oktober 2014

From the archives #38

Rome, Italy (2009)

The Tiber is the third-longest river in Italy, rising in the Apennine mountains and flowing 406 km (252 miles) through Umbria and Lazio to the Tyrrhenian Sea. A popular name for the river is flavus ('the blond') in reference to the yellowish colour of its water. It is the main water course of the city of Rome, that was founded on its eastern banks in 753 BC.
This photo was taken 5 years ago in November in bright Autumn sunlight, viewing one of the many bridges that take you into the heart of the city.

Linking to Weekend Reflections.

8 opmerkingen:

  1. Mooie verstilde herfstfoto. Heb je alles nu gedigitaliseerd of pak je zo nu en dan een enkele foto? Er is bij ons geen beginnen aan....

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    1. Wij kochten onze eerste digitale camera in 2006, dus vanaf dat jaar is alles sowieso digitaal. Alle negatieven van daarvoor hebben we geleidelijk aan gescand met zo´n negatievenscanner. Kost veel tijd maar was zeker de moeite waard. Klusje voor de winter! ;)

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  2. Well it was a good idea to go through your archives : this bridge reflection is really beautiful.

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  3. Romantic photo of a beautiful bridge...I like the bridge reflection in a water...

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  4. Really beautiful photo, and lovely reflection.

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