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Gotta love traveling!

Gotta love traveling!

Visiting new places can be such an inspiration for your photography. No matter how often the hills of Tuscany or the St. Peter's Basilica have been photographed by other people, if it's new to you then it's your opportunity to capture them from your own perspective.

I recently visited Rome and Tuscany, Italy and was in my glory with all the beauty and opportunity for my own photography interpretation. Sure I had seen a million photos of the small towns of Cinque Terra, but I wanted my turn at capturing the unique colorful buildings perched on the cliffs of the Italian Riviera. And, the ancient colosseum with all its surrounding ruins; what a playground for photography creativity.

I was lucky to be able to visit Rome, Florence, Pisa and many medieval towns, wineries and restaurants in the hills of Tuscany, where photography opportunities are abundant, but your trips don't need to be so extravagant to capture beautiful photos. As long as you "change it up", visit a new place that you have never been, you will feel your creative juices flow. New is exciting! (In fact I took over 1025 shots that I'm still looking through).

Stay fresh! Happy travels.😀 📷

Debbie

Below are just a few of the MANY photos I took while in Italy.

St. Peter's Basilica Vatican City Rome Italy

Flavian Amphitheater Rome Colosseum

Arno River Florence Italy

Trevi Fountain Rome

Manarola Cinque Terre Italy

Ancient Italian Town Man

Photo credits: Debra Tosca.

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September 29, 2016

Debratos

Thank you Joezachs. You will love Rome. It's full of photo opps.

September 23, 2016

Joezachs

Yes, travelling does make your creative juices flow.
I have yet to visit Rome. Lovely pictures.

April 06, 2016

Debratos

@Babar760 I think a lot of people photograph Italy! How can you not with all its history and beauty. The best part of our trip was that it was off season, and although it had been calling for rain every day before we left it didn't rain once and the crowds were not too bad except for the school groups.

April 04, 2016

Babar760

I did the exact same trip 3 years ago ( we probably shot the same photos! ). Good remembrances except for the massive crowds!

Tuscany

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