Victoria's Light

Little Girl at St. Catherine’s Church, Rome

Of all the imagery of majestic places and bustling streets taken in Italy, this simple image is my favorite.  Everyone else went into the church for a tour but I walked around the streets outside.  It’s hard to be discrete with an exploding Hasselblad in tow.  I parked myself aside a tree with this interesting backdrop and this little girl passed into the scene.

 

Girl at St. Catherine's-1

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