The Ladies & the Gelato November 23rd, 2010
I’ve been a little busy of late, and not had much time to prepare any posts. Am working towards fixing that, so please bear with me!
I made this shot in Florence, Italy, just before I headed up the hill to the Piazzale Michelangelo. These three German ladies were sitting outside a tiny gelateria, enjoying the sun and the first-class Italian gelato. I love the texture of the wall behind them.
On another note, check out the following:
- For an extraordinary and unique glimpse at the Hajj, brought to you by the Boston Globe’s The Big Picture, click here;
- For a look at the Hajj in 1885, and compared with today, check out this post by Tewfiq El Sawy;
- For some shots of 1970s New York City, brought to you by the New York Times’ Lens photo blog, click here;
- For some beautiful shots by Gavin Gough from the Pushkar Camel Fair in India, click here; and
- For a cool Burning Man HDR shot from Trey Ratcliff’s Stuck in Customs blog, click here.
More coming soon!
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