On my previous post on Rome, I declared my love for the city and its history as a world leading nation. Today, I’d like to further spread the love by offering a wider look at Rome’s popular sights. These are all iPhone6 panoramas, but in the future you might be seeing DSLR versions – not of Rome but of other places.
Let’s start off with my favourite, Forum Romanum (and the Palatine Hill)…
… and the nearby Colosseum.
Continuing the same colour theme, here’s Castel Sant’Angelo.
And what about Pantheon, how does it look from the inside?
Let’s conclude with something a bit more modern, Fontana di Trevi (1762) – one of the cooler fountains I’ve ever seen. Such minimalism!
Panorama is such a wonderful way of showing more and it’s great that smartphone cameras have made taking them so easy that anyone can do it. I’m definitely a fan and try to remember to take more panoramas in the future, both with my phone and my other cameras. How about you, do you like panoramas?