Mark#37 – Rome is Where the Art is

I’ve been meaning to post some photos from our honeymoon for a long time now, but it’s always seemed like such a daunting task. Downloading all the pictures to the laptop, organising them into some kind of order, giving each photo a descriptive file name, choosing which ones to put online, uploading them to the blog, writing a boring blog posting to describe the entire process….

But anyway, I’ve finally got around to doing it. Well, kind of. This is sort of a part one of four when it comes to our honeymoon – part two will be Florence, part three will be Venice, and part four will be photos of April and I – so I suppose I’m only really a quarter of the way through.

These are some of my favourite photos that we took in Rome. The Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum, St. Peter’s BasilicaVatican City, the Pantheon, Castel Sant’Angleo and the River Tiber are all included.

 Just click on the thumbnails to see the bigger versions.

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One Response to Mark#37 – Rome is Where the Art is

  1. gooders says:

    Blimey! those are some large ruins!

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