In a sentence: This is very good work.


statues are not quite as passive and stony-eyed as we might like to think. not all of them. not in rome, anyway…





























































photographs taken springtime in rome’s center.

thanks for eyeing


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    1. Allesandro, one of the first things I was taught by my mentor (a very famous photographer), as well as by the work and writings of Henri Cartier-Bresson, is that one must compose and wait for the decisive moment. Each of these photos shows that instinct quite well, and then moves to the realm of visual poetry and irony. Good job.

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