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Rome Photo Workshop Trip

One good trip leads to another. I met two National Geographic photographers on a Baltic cruise. After a few hours of working with them, I really wanted to learn more. When I saw that they were leading a photo workshop in Rome, I signed on.

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Lunch Stop
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Katherine De Bruyn
Our last day in Rome. Perhaps it was sour grapes after the day before, but I didn't especially enjoy the visit to the Vatican, although one can hardly fail to be impressed. It is hard to feel …
Spanish Steps at Night
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Katherine De Bruyn
Our tour leaders had arranged coveted tickets in the seated area in Saint Peter's Square. And I missed it! 24-hour flu; not a chance of stirring from the hotel. My comrades took amazing photos: …
Spanish Steps at Night
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Katherine De Bruyn
The Capitoline Hill, overlooking the Forum, is one of the seven hills of Rome. It has been a focus for Roman life since the earliest times of settlement. Contemplating the ruins of the Forum from …
Spanish Steps
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Katherine De Bruyn
The entrance to the Ghetto is through the Portico di Ottavia, built by Augustus for his sister; a ruin full of columns and remnants of walls and buildings, some incorporated into modern structures. …
Vatican from Spanish Steps
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Katherine De Bruyn
One of our number wanted to photograph the Spanish Steps in early morning light - we were out of the hotel before six (glad I had dozed the day before) and had the light and the Steps virtually to …
Spanish Steps
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Katherine De Bruyn
A photo workshop has been my long-held dream; a photo workshop in Rome was over the top - for me. My husband will tell anyone who asks that he has taken 12 pictures in his entire life - the limit …

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