We had traveled to Italy to meetup with our daughter who was coming to Rome via Busan Korea. She was on her way home, and wanted to visit some of Europe, and I felt that Rome was a fitting place to meet up.After visiting Rome, we had plans to head on down to the Amalfi Coast for a few days, and so took the train to Naples, where we picked up a rental car (lot's of fun, that was!), and we were on our way to Sorrento. Of course we had plans to stop and visit Pompeii, and so just south of Naples, we pulled over into Pompeii and visited this famous site.
We visited Europe this past summer, and met our daughter in Rome, Italy. We stayed in Rome for several days, and of course, you need to visit the Vatican Museum when you visit Rome! The place is incredible, just the amount of artwork in that museum could potentially take days to really explore. But we only had half a day. And so in that half a day we saw a lot of ancient relics of the Roman past.
Having taken several years of Latin in high school, Roman history has always been something I love to read and learn about. So on my second visit to the Roman Forum, I knew that I was in a place that I already had an affinity for, a place that I already knew a lot about.
Today's post is look at what a photographer can expect when visiting Segovia. Segovia is a wonderful city, full of photographic opportunities for virtually any genre of photography!