Photo Diary: On the streets of The Eternal City // Rome, Italy
This was my summer in a suitcase. I was insanely lucky that a bunch of visitors came our direction (Germany) and as a result I got the chance to visit all kinds of beautiful places that I’d always dreamt of seeing. One of those places was The Eternal City, Rome.
If there’s one thing you should know when traveling with me, it’s that I’m nuts about a good ole fashioned photography walk. I typically go alone, around the 3rd day in a place, and just walk, and walk, and walk some more. I’m a very spatial person so my mental map and I take a lot of pride in not getting lost, though it does happen. Typically it’s a few Pinterest searches that lead me to areas that I feel are most picturesque but often times it’s the passing advice from other travelers or locals.
After a lot of touring the previous days (behind the scenes of the Vatican and a food tour in Trastevere) I took reprieve in a summer afternoon alone in Rome. Part way through I followed my nose to a pizza then continued on my quiet journey.
Here is the result: