If you've ever been to Italy, there's a good chance that you've been to Florence. This Tuscan gem draws millions of visitors every year to its gothic-striped duomo and Renaissance piazzas. It's a short train ride from Rome, and though I don't get there as often as I'd like, I try to pop up for a … Continue reading Snapshots from the Streets of Florence
“All things change; nothing perishes." – Ovid The Baths of Diocletian, once an ancient Roman day spa and pleasure palace, so to speak, are partially preserved and have been converted into a museum of ancient art and artifacts. Here are some photographs of antique Roman statuary in the gallery of their sculpture garden.
This is a little photo essay about one of my favorite neighborhoods in Rome, the Rione Monti. Stretching from the Forum across the Esquiline and Viminal hills, the neighborhood of Monti has an ancient legacy and charm to spare. As old as the Eternal City itself, Rome’s first rione was the birthplace of Julius Caesar and … Continue reading Local Color: Rione Monti