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Spiral staircase in the Vatican Museum.
I love spiral staircases and this is an amazing example. Definately inspired by nature, when you looked at it you coudn’t help but see the shell like forms appearing. I would love to photograph this with nobody else around, but I actually feel the people add some scale to this piece and I dont mind them being there at all. If I didnt have the Vatican Guards looking over my shoulder I would have been there all day!

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architecture, paul tupman, rome, sepia, spiral staircase, vatican

Comments

  • Victor Bezrukov
    Victor Bezrukovalmost 7 years ago

    great perspective and burned tones of sepia !

  • Paul Tupman
    Paul Tupmanalmost 7 years ago

    Thanks Stran9e!

  • Deri Dority
    Deri Dorityalmost 7 years ago

    Awesome image!!

  • Paul Tupman
    Paul Tupmanalmost 7 years ago

    Thanks Derid!

  • Susan Dailey
    Susan Daileyalmost 7 years ago

    by far one of the best shots I’ve seen of this staircase…love the perspective!

  • Paul Tupman
    Paul Tupmanalmost 7 years ago

    Thanks Sue.. appreciate the comment!

  • Chloe Garfield
    Chloe Garfieldalmost 7 years ago

    wow the perspective is so great! Love this!

  • Paul Tupman
    Paul Tupmanalmost 7 years ago

    Thanks Chloe!

  • Paul Finnegan
    Paul Finneganalmost 7 years ago

    This is a great shot Paul. I think that having the people there is better that having it empty. Fantastic.

  • Paul Tupman
    Paul Tupmanalmost 7 years ago

    Thanks Paul.. I appreciate your comment about the people.. I agree!

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