When visiting Rome, last spring, I did my usual pilgrimage around the churches with Caravaggio’s. The Basilica of Sant’Agostino is one of them.
At that time they were doing some work of restoration, and the fine material used to shield some of the areas, combined with the light filtering through the high windows, produced fascinating effects.
Enough to distracting me from admiring Caravaggio’s Madonna di Loreto.
I have collected so many Hipstamatic films and lenses, I don’t even remember what they are, how they look. So I devised a little project: to use a particular combination and use it for a whole day (or week, or whatever).
This is a little selection done with the Watts lens and Rock BW-11 film.
Not Rome actually, but close enough.
A few details from my parent’s home in the countryside of Genzano di Roma.
There are a few things that I love more than the sea. But at the moment I can’t even think of one.
A few images from the archives:
- from the Olympics, last year
- a view of the Palm House at Kew Gardens
- a details of one of David Nash’s installations
Taken with iPhone5, edited with VSCO Cam and Fuzel Pro