4:00am. Duomo. This picture, and only this picture, is out of chronological order. I moved it to the front so that I could use it as my invitation picture in emails.
"Oh, that's why my ticket was so expensive - I bought a ticket on the 100 mph train."
This is a reflection in one of the train's luggage-rack mirrors.
Florence's Duomo and early-season crowd.
Michaelangelo's David - well, a replica. They had to move the real one inside for protection.
This is what the line looks like outside of the Uffizi Gallery (regarded as the best Renaissance art gallery in Italy). That's about what it looks like inside too.
The oldest bridge in Florence, the Amo River, and a smoking Italian.
Some ceiling, eh?
Locks locked to locks. It's similar to carving your name into a tree, although this may last even longer.
An amazing place for a soccer field. Lucky kids.
I desaturated the buildings so their colors wouldn't compete with the sky's blue or the grass' greens. Amo River. I'm standing on the oldest bridge in Florence, which is just a pedestrian bridge now, with lots of shops and perhaps homes.
4:00 am. Duomo.
Michaelangelo's David - replica. 5:00 am.
Michaelangelo's David - replica. 5:00am.