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Tiburtina reflections

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Ci troviamo nuovamente nei pressi della nuova stazione Tiburtina (uno dei miei soggetti preferiti come potete vedere qui).

Era una giornata di pioggia di Marzo…
Nel piazzale che collega la stazione con l’ingresso della metropolitana, luci, acqua e riflessi hanno creato lo spettacolo che vedete nella foto…

Camera: Nikon D5100
Obiettivo: 18-105 mm f/3.5-5.6 (distanza focale 24mm) 
Esposizione: 1/100 sec, f/5 ISO 400

We are again near the new Tiburtina station (one of my favorite subjects as you can see here).

It was a rainy day in March …
In the forecourt which links the station with the subway entrance, lights, water and reflections have created the show in the picture …

Camera: Nikon D5100
Lens: 18-105 mm f/3.5-5.6 (focal length 24mm)
Exposure: 1/100 sec, f/5 ISO 400

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24 commenti su “Tiburtina reflections”

  1. The sky must look different now at Tiburtina station, Francesco. Stayed in Lucca for a week in June, and it was Mediterranean as well as Californian (that's where I live) hot!

  2. I hope you enjoyed Lucca.
    I go there every year in late October for the comic fair,

    The climate in recent times in Italy is making us mad
    Yesterday in Rome it was raining but the temperature remained at 26 degrees. today we hit the 34 …

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