Art Through a Lens (Of a Lens)

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Nifty! On his recent trip to the Uffizi Gallery of Firenze in Italy, Saverio quickly realized that if he wanted to snap photos of Botticelli's and da Vinci's paintings, he had to get creative. The reason? Well, the whole art gallery was so crowded that he simply couldn’t get close enough to the art itself.

So instead of giving up and maybe trying his luck another day, he decided to photograph other visitors taking pictures of those famous canvases. This way he got his photos and had a chance to actually see some art up-close, even if only through other people’s smartphones.

Love the end result. You?

P.S: Also, Italy's best kept secret - swoonworthy!
P.P.S: Plus, a look at guardians of Russian art.

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Anonymous said...

i get flustered when I buy a ticket to see something, especially when i travel, but i end up just catching glimpses because there is always a crowd in front of me and im only 5.6

Unknown said...

Great article, love it. BTW I’ve just written this post on how to make & wear a scarf dress and thought you would like it :O)

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