The Vatican Museum double helix staircaseby Guiseppe Momo 1932
Posted May 28, 2012 by Scott Marshall in Landscape, Shape
Tagged with 1932, Colour, creativity, culture, double helix staircase, Guiseppe, Helix, Historical, Italia, Italy, Landscape, LSSi, Momo, People, Photography, Scott_Marshall, Shape, skm1963, Spiral, travel, Vatican, vatican museum
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Reminds me of a snail shell, beautiful shot.
it is a truly amazing sight – I seen it a tourism guide and had to put my spin on it – boom boom
Fascinated by the fact that you are able to make people blend into your pictures instead o making them stand out too much, great pict
they wouldn’t all leave – lol
I’d never heard of a double helix staircase before – had to look it up! What an amazing design.
och Jo we have 2 in our hoose
I just love this shot. I’m surprised I didn’t comment when I viewed it earlier. The people add to it for a sense of scale. Though it could also be an interesting abstract without them. Pity you couldn’t convince them all to disappear?
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