camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large
camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

This has definitely been one of the more difficult sets of images to sequence... so busy with similar textures that some combinations buzzed, making it too hard to see each photo. If you still find that to be true, click on each to view individually. This one larger is my favorite.

More textures, more black and white, more churches, more Rome, more Italy, and more Europe on this site.

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Thursday 18 January 2007

a city of textures and worn surfaces in every direction

18 January 07 @ 23:45
Wow, look at all that garlic! Yum. And that's an intriguing crop on the third one down, the cobblestones and (I think) the gathering of nuns. Really makes you look at the photo.
19 January 07 @ 03:33
First and second are my favorites!!!
19 January 07 @ 05:27
I'm a big fan of the second to last one. Interesting composition. Very nice!
stefan hartwig // http://3600baud.com

19 January 07 @ 10:37
the entire series is fantastic
19 January 07 @ 11:17
Dawn is egging me on a bit here. The whole concept of doing a photoblog in series format is fantastic.
stefan // http://hartwig

19 January 07 @ 21:31
I like the pinned up clothes (or long underwear?) in the 1st one. Nice set.
25 January 07 @ 01:30
I really like your B&Ws. Care to share your PS Workflow? Iidesuka? :) Yoroshiku Onegaishimasu.
Arthur //

31 January 07 @ 09:31
the light in the first one is beautiful and I really like the third one with the shadows in the foreground. Great work
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Rion Nakaya is an expat photoblogger in Paris London.

One of the first photobloggers in New York City, Rion has been documenting her photos online in narrative sets since late 2000. (Most are on this site.)

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