The Snapshots: Textured Postcards from Florence
How about I show you a little bit different snapshots
today? How about textured ones? Here are a few shots of Florence, Italy taken with my point-and-shoot. The first one is the Duomo, actually it’s just a smaller part of it. It’s quite impossible to capture the entire church since it’s huge and surrounded with buildings. I’ve used two Kim Klassen’s textures
for this one: stamped softly and the ladder. This week’s theme for Kim’s Texture Tuesday is gratitude. One simply has to be grateful for the art and past preserved!
The second image is a capture of a square in the evening. Don’t you love those light beams? I used Kim’s ugglove texture for this image.
Next, we have a detail of the Duomo. Isn’t the detail of this building just impressive? Just remember, they didn’t have modern technology back then! For this texture, I’ve used Cream Fuschia digital paperby Amelia.
Finally, a detail of the Ponte Vecchio (the old bridge). Florence is built around the Arno River and the bridge is a pedestrian area that is packed with small stores. For this image, I’ve also used digital paper by Amelia, the gold cream wave one.
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