One of the amazing things, at least to me about Rome is that so many centuries old buildings and structures remain in use today.
A great example of this is Ponte Sant’Angelo — a bridge built in 134CE, and still used today as a main pedestrian thoroughfare. Distinguished by its 10 angels, the CBD of Rome lies on one side and the Castel Sant’Angelo lies on the other.
I created images of Ponte Sant’Angelo on two separate nights, and preferred this angle with the bridge on the left, drawing the eye left-to-right into the castle. Beautiful reflections and the star burst patters made for an image that I really like.
I’d love to have had more drama in the sky, but happy with the overall result as it stands.This post also appears on: