The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge for this week is “shadow”. In honor of Valentine’s Day coming up, my photo has a loving theme.
This is a picture of my husband and I standing in St.Peter’s Square in Rome. I like how the hat and bag I was wearing make my shadowed figure look like she is from the Victorian Era with a wide-brimmed hat and hoop skirt.
We are two travelers “Shadowed by Love“.
For this week’s Thursday Doors, I bring you a few doors from “The Eternal City” of Rome, Italy! Many will agree, there is no comparison to the history and architecture of Rome. You could spend YEARS looking at all the unique doors in Rome. So here is just the smallest sampling. Pictures don’t do them justice.
All my doors this week are from churches in Rome.
Roma, Roma, Roma…the city of beautiful art, history, faith, and…FOOD!!
Italy is known for their delicious wine, pizza, and pasta. However, I can not eat gluten, so the land of bread and pasta was a bit daunting to me. I worried I would starve while drooling over my husband’s delicious meals. Boy oh boy was I wrong! Continue reading
While Day 1 in Rome was filled with travel and history, Day 2 was more relaxing with a focus on art and faith. On Day 2, we went to the Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, and Trastevere. I have several tips for navigating these sites with ease.
St. Peter’s Basilica