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Ancient Roman arches made of red bricks flanking a road or passageway located on Palantine Hill in the ancient section of Rome.

Digitally manipulated photographs using Photoshop CS5 and Perfect Effects 4 created from original image photographed in Rome, Italy 2011.

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ancient, arch, archaeological, archaeology, arches, architecture, brick, classic, classical, cobble, corridor, culture, excavation, forum, hill, historic, history, italia, italy, old, palace, palantine, passage, pillars, road, roma, roman, rome, ruins, walkway, walls, exterior, grunge, effect, photoshop, manipulation, distressed, vintage, aged, texture

About LaRoach (aka Louise A. Roach)
I have worked in photography for over 35 years. My professional experience includes portraiture, fine art, industrial photography, marketing and stock images.

I also sell microstock through online agencies. All profit from the sale of my microstock is invested into microloans to help women entrepreneurs in developing countries.

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Comments

  • shadowlea
    shadowleaover 1 year ago

    CONGRATULATIONS … well done

    the gallery please enter

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanover 1 year ago

    absolutely stunning!!!!!

  • LaRoach
    LaRoachover 1 year ago

    Thanks Lois! I was very taken by the ruins of Palatine Hill. And there are still excavations taking place near the site where I photographed this archway.

  • WildestArt
    WildestArtover 1 year ago

  • Wonderful! Thank you for including me in the features section!

    – LaRoach

  • © Hany G. Jadaa © Prince John Photography
    © Hany G. Jada...over 1 year ago

    Beautiful image. I have spent some time in Rome but never got a chance to see this beauty. Awesome.

  • Thank you Hany. These beautiful arches are easy to miss in Rome as they are not in a well travelled area. You can find them spanning a walkway that borders Palatine Hill and the Forum in ancient Rome. As of 2011 (when I was in Rome) there was an extensive archeological excavation taking place not far from the end of this walkway. I found the stonework to be quite stunning and well preserved.

    – LaRoach

  • © Hany G. Jadaa © Prince John Photography
    © Hany G. Jada...over 1 year ago

    Thank you very much for that info; I intend to go back later this summer. and they will be on my list of places to look for. Many thanks again.

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