Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

I cannot imagine that we will be travelling abroad in the near future so I thought I would revisit places that we had really enjoyed exploring; so what could be better than Florence!

If I remember rightly, I took this photograph from the Boboli Gardens, a fine example of an Italian Garden.

In the distance, the terracotta roofs of the city give a warm, friendly appearance, whilst the two elevated buildings, along with the foreground tree, create a trio of features. The nearest tower is that of the Palazzo Vecchio and in the background the recognisable shape of the Duomo.

These are both excellent buildings to visit and photograph, the Palazzo Vecchio resting on top of the ancient theatre of the Roman colony of Florentia (dating back to the first century A.D.), whose ruins can be admired in the underground level, and the Duomo a most beautiful building to photograph, though I was disappointed with it internally.

Have a good day, Bev :-)

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 8983 W: 361 N: 20790] (82006)
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