Roger's cruise photos,
to Florence, Italy on Sept 10, 2015 All photos were shot with a FujiFilm X-T1 using a FujiFilm 18 - 55 mm f2.8 lens.
This Florence construction worker praying for no rain today
Our guide today who I am really sticking close to as this is a very busy city and the bus is parked a long distance away and very hard to find.
This is truly a world heritage city as many of the structures look as if they were recently constructed.
Intricate masonry work.
Most of major attractions were too busy to enter with long 1 hour lines to get in. Fortunately just seeing the exterior was worth the visit.
Lots of vendors selling relatively high quality goods.
Leather items were of extremely high quality here. I should have purchased a man's purse, but did not.
Yum Yum, but I have no local currency!
Young actor doing her own make up.
Beautiful sculptures every where.
A tourist shop for sure.
This is one of the main open squares where public gatherings took place since the renaissance days of old.
Multiple master pieces.
This used to be an out door theater for the public.
Loved the clock steeple and superb design of this structure.
The nude sculptures did not appear vulgar at all.
That club really looks very menacing.
The following statues of great artist and leaders of the renaissance period.
A contemporary artist doing caricatures.
Only 5 Euro for these.
He looks like an artist all right.