As we’re still in a slightly messy state here, I’ve taken the liberty of having a trawl through the archives again. I don’t feel too guilty, though, as this is one of my favourite pictures from the early days of the late, much-lamented First DSLR, which I subsequently managed to kill in spectacular fashion.
It’s a glimpse of the sunny Oltrarno through the columns of the Uffizi Gallery portico, one bright, cold day in February 2005. It may have been the day that I was proposed to, or that may have come later. Either way, it’s a reminder of a lovely time in one of my favourite cities.
This was just taken with the iPhone camera, but I think it turned out well.