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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Wordless Wednesday - Trevi Fountain, Rome

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29 comments:

  1. Wow, I was just there...ok, a few months ago.
    Your pics are better.

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  2. I never cease to be amazed at such intricate lifelike flowing sculpture in stone!

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  3. I'll be standing right there in March! Thanks for making me even more excited!

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  4. Wow, I love it! barogue sculptures embellishing this Renaissance architecture - stunning!

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  5. I did love the Trevi Fountain when I visited... Both in 2010 AND 2011!

    Great pics, fond memories...

    Mines up as well at AussiePomm - Mirror Mirror on the wall!!!!

    Have a great day!!

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  6. Bonza photos, its a very majestic fountain indeed.

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  7. Somewhere I would like to make it a point to visit someday.

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  8. I've only seen the Trevi at night. The day time colour of the water is lovely :-)

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  9. WOW! Such beautiful pictures :) Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Never been to Rome wow wonderful shots ... another place to put on my wish list...visiting today from Wordless Wednesday

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  11. Rome. Ahh how I wish I can go there one there. :)

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  12. oh my!!! what great shots. very fitting for these majestic sculptures. =)

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  13. Wow 'Three Coins in the Fountain' which received two Academy Awards for Best Cinematography and Best Song, and also nominated for Best Picture. Lovely pixz. Did you throw any coins?

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  14. will not tire of seeing pictures of this jewel of Rome.

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  15. So much detail to this huge sculpture. I'm sure it tells a story.

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  16. I love these pictures! I was there before I developed an interest in photography. I'd love to go back now with my camera. It's on the cards, i hope!!
    You can visit my blog at :
    http://labellavidaaa.blogspot.ie

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  17. By the way, can I ask, how do you get your blog name on the end of your photos? i'D like to do that. Is it on photoshop? I'm only learning how to use it and can't figure that out yet!!!;)

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    1. Hi Joey! Thanks for appreciating my photos. there are many ways to watermark your photos. i usually use Picasa to watermark all my photos before uploading them to my blog. it's very easy and user-friendly. I'm not familiar with photoshop.

      Here's what you need to do:

      download and install picasa
      launch picasa and let it start indexing your pictures
      find the picture you wish to add the watermark to
      double-click on the picture
      the picture will then appear in a photo editing tool where you can add text on your pictures
      once you have your pictures the way you want it, click on export at the bottom of the screen
      take note of where picasa is going to export your file to.


      Good luck. I hope you find this tutorial useful.

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  18. Your photos are very sharp and beautiful. I have been thinking of making a trip to visit Europe but there are too many countries to cover. Time and $$ is my concern now.

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  19. Gorgeous photos! I've heard of Trevi Fountain before but you've really made me want to visit now. I'm finally visiting Italy this year - twice!! Where are you off to?

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