Monday, September 05, 2011

San Vito, Italy

33 comments:

Susan Deborah said...

The black and white gives a dreamy haze to the picture. I feel transported into the 18th century.

Joy always,
Susan

Paresh Palicha said...

We're back to doors. But, in monochrome & a different angle. :)

Sridharan said...

A worthy B/W subject!

Zuzana said...

This photo has a certain feeling of "La Dolce Vita" over it.;)
Always enjoy my visits here.;))
xoxo

Amrita said...

Claasic!

Krishna said...

nice photo...

"HAPPY ONAM TO YOUR & YOUR FAMILY"

Photo Cache said...

I like the whole composition.

R Niranjan Das said...

Beautiful.

Bob Bushell said...

Superb photo.

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

I really enjoy black and white, evokes a warm, inviting feeling. Love this shot!

ladyfi said...

So wonderfully dreamy!

George said...

I really like this monochrome picture showing the door from the side and a distance away.

Leovi said...

A beautiful approach, lovely photo.

Rajesh said...

Great shot.

Cloudia said...

Your photos/posts
are rare pleasures.

Always more than worthy,
always worth waiting for!


Aloha from Waikiki;


Comfort Spiral


> < } } ( ° >

Pietro said...

Wonderful B&W image!

ev said...

soothing..:)

don said...

I like the tree as a screen for the shot of this interesting entrance and building.

Ann said...

a lot of buildings like this in Christchurch cracked during the earthquake. Such a pity if they were to be demolished.

eden said...

Fantastic B and W!

journeyphotographic.com said...

This has a lovely old-style feel.

Shammickite said...

A good friend of mine is off to Italy next week, but I don't think she will be bringing back photos as good as this one!

Jeevan said...

Very nice ash! Classic touch :)

Jeevan said...

Very nice ash! Classic touch :)

London Caller said...

Such a lovely B&W shot!

Team G Square said...

Soothing .......

ashok said...

is this a church?

Kalyan said...

Beautifully captured & framed shot...looks lovely in b/w.

Emm said...

Too beautiful. I love that the foreground and leaves are in focus yet you can still see the beauty of the building in the background.

Sharath Billava said...

lovely..

Viola said...

A lvoely shot! And I love you have included the branches and the leaves in the foreground.. :)

P.N. Subramanian said...

Its a wonderful capture. B/W does have a mesmerizing effect.

Elizabeth Mahlou said...

Beautifully composed picture!