I know I said I was done blogging about my Italian adventure, but it was simply too spectacular not to! Besides, my awesome photographer friend gave me the go-ahead to post some of his photos here. Check out American Photography, where he posts most of his stuff, if you’re interested in working with him! He’s a pretty cool dude, and he let me bother him for a week and a half while we ran around Italy, so…
Without further ado, pictures!
My new friend the duck.
…and the duck’s girlfriend. Isn’t she pretty?
And another duck picture. Because isn’t the focus in this neat, anyway?
Statue of Pan and Dionysus at a museum in Napoli.
In happy awe.
I just thought these pictures were awesome. So Matt took a picture for me.
Watching the sunset.
I love this shot.
Active sulfur vents…breathe with caution.
Stinky, smelly Sulfatara…active sulfur vents, marginally toxic, no big deal.
I just like this shot at Sulfatara. People went here to be cured by the poisonous gases – crazy!
Snow on Vesuvius.
Shrine on the volcano.
At the Caserta Palace Gardens
Fish in the ponds!
View. Again. Just because it rocks.
The mozzarella tour people.
Cheese, cheese. Noms, cheese!
When in Rome…take pictures of seagulls!
There are more Rome pictures but they’ve wandered off, so for now here are some of the highlights! Thanks again to my friend at American Photography for taking pictures while I was there!