Italy, day eleven: 18/06/17

It’s been another steady day in Bologna. We sauntered through the city to one the parks and then sauntered back for a reviving glass of Pignoletto. This evening we ventured out to sample some more city nightlife. 

Bologna is sometimes called the Red City, because many of it’s buildings are made of red bricks or stone.

Today’s photograph is of the last rays of the evening sun catching the top of the church near to our apartment. Buildings are so closely packed in the older parts of the city that, in the evenings only the tops of them are not in deep shadow. 

3 Responses

  1. John M says:

    What camera settings / setup did you use for that? It’s lovely. I like the composition and bluey / orangy contrasting colour. Nice one fella!

    • Dave Fernley says:

      It was on aperture priority f10, 1/125 sec ISO 560. I made some very slight tweaks in Lightroom mobile. I used the 16-85, and it always gives good colour rendition.

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