The Pantheon, my favorite building in all of Rome, is 1,886 years old. Today, I turn 59. In Europe, the Pantheon is considered an antique. In America, I am. Ponder that on this 18th day of December, 2012 (AD).
This photo is from close to the same place yesterday’s photo was captured.
I have a weakness for domes, including this amazing structure. This shot was taken a few years ago and discarded (along with everything else I took in the cathedral.) The problem was that everything seemed so dark. But having found a way to resurrect photos like this, I offer this shot.
Yes, this is a repeat – and I’m not even on vacation. Why the repeat? Because I’ve been learning some new things about photo editing. In fact, I’ve made a video:
This is the Pantheon in Rome and was built about 2000 years ago. The name means “to all the gods” and the structure was built by people who worshipped a multitude of gods and spirits. Much later in its history, the Pantheon became a Christian church but today it is a tourist attraction and a…