Silhouette and skyline with shades of orange, drinking Aperol Spritz on a rooftop bar, somewhere near the Forum in Rome.
Doge's Palace, Venice
Shadowy figures of visitors enjoying the blissful coolness inside the Palazzo Ducale and the gentle breeze coming through the window which gives just a hint of the skyline of Venice.
David's dark side
Michelangelo’s David is just as impressive in silhouette from behind, a fact the hordes of tourists crowding in front of the statue in the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence on that day were thankfully unaware of.
Photo of a photo of a painting. This couple in the Galleria deli Uffizi, Florence, blocked everyone else’s view of Michelangelo’s Doni Madonna for so long while they took a series of photos, that they became part of mine.
Mountain-top towns in Tuscany, Italy, not only deliver amazing panoramas, but you can make like a drone just by pointing your camera over the city walls.
Sometimes rotten weather rewards you with a great photo. Grey skies, mist and drizzle on a spring day in London really made the colours of the red coats and golden helmets pop at the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace.