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The Colonnades of the Vatican

Vatican City

St. Peter’s Square (Vatican City) is surrounded by semi-round colonnades. Designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, each side of the colonnades consists of four rows of columns with total of 284 columns. Additionally, Bernini placed 140 statues of religious people on top of the colonnades. I did not count it myself but I was tempted to take picture of each statue. The two colonnades were geometrically designed to resemble two arms that embrace the crowds in the square.

Too many photos of the colonnades are available online, so I thought to take a photo with different perspective. Yes, I was queuing when taking the picture, it was a long wait and I learned a lesson to start early when visiting famous landmark 😉

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  1. really too good! Is it you with the magic or the camera? Last week I happened to get a Nikon D5100 with Tamron lense 70-300mm.. not sure if any of my pics could even come close to your captures! 🙂 Good one Indah. 🙂

    • Thank you so much! 😉 oh lots of luck I guess but I wish I have magic power like Harry Potter though 😀
      I guess the best way is by practicing a lot..I am sure you will do well with your new camera! 🙂

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