Travel Oops: The Unfortunate Photo — The Fountain of Timbers

© Stephanie Glaser 1989

© Stephanie Glaser 1989

Rome, Italy. Anyone who’s traveled in Europe during the summer has seen this familiar sight: scaffolding. The Trevi Fountain or Fontana di Trevi in Rome was the victim when I traveled to Italy in 1989. Undeterred, I took a photo of my friends Amy and Leah anyway.
Here is what it normally looks like:
© Diliff

© Diliff

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The Friday Travel Ahh…

© Stephanie Glaser

As anyone who travels knows, there are missteps, mishaps and misadventures, but then there are those perfect moments when we say: “Yeah, this is why I travel.” A Travel Ahh…

The Scaffolding Series: These photos are of the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore or more commonly known as the Duomo in Florence, Italy. What a beautiful building it is. The reason I’m posting these photos is not because I think I’m a brilliant photographer, but because I think they turned out reasonably well. The reason for capturing these various angles?

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