This is such a wonderful spot for capturing photos of the Colosseum. A friend introduced it to us the last time we were in Rome (I dropped a pair of sunglasses into that pit just below where the photographer is standing that day... Wonder if anyone found them.)
Love this picture! Astounding capture. Wondering why the Domus Aurea, or Golden House is closed to the public?
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Lots of unique coloration of the light posts and slightly visible longer exposure of the cars brake lights and complimented with a deep blue sky
it shows the lights of the cas moving it cinda looks as if they fast forward them wile takeing the picture.
All of the lights surrounding and inside the colosseum are amazing, along with the texture of the colosseum.
i like how in the building their big windows that have the lights shinning on it & how the lights look very bright (;
@I PR That's not piles of garbage... it's a construction site. They're expanding the metro in the area.
@jimmy nouan i do too
@Adriana Garcia I look pretty blue too~
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