It is Christmas Eve, and instead of doing all of the things I *should* be doing, I am going through my images from Italy.  Because I wanted to post a few of my favorites – – a few of ‘people’.  Because photographing ‘people’ is what I do best.  It wasn’t until the last day of my trip that I began to photograph people – – because I was too nervous to invade the personal space of those around me.  But on that last day, I was brave…I was open…and I was confident.  And photographing the people of Rome, for even that short day, was so inspiring – – it is one of the main reasons that I need to revisit.  Now that I’ve got my ‘people’ legs.

A street peddler near the Pantheon…
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A Dutch tour guide in front of the Pantheon…
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A violinist playing for money on the street in front of Piazza Venezia…
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A tourist getting her picture taken with a Roman Gladiator in front of the Colosseum.  Funny…they thought it was free to pose with him, and were shocked when he charged them 5 Euro after they were done.  There’s no free lunch folks!
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The People…

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