The Forum was ancient Rome's showpiece centre, a site originally developed in the 7th century BC from a marshy burial ground and which grew into the social, commercial and political hub of the Roman Empire. It was a handsome district of temples, basilicas and bustling public spaces which, with a little imagination, is easy to people with toga-clad inhabitants going about their business accompanied by their slaves.
Having difficulty in keeping up with the daily stint and due to other work commitments am not free to wander out and about with camera. Frankly, even if I were, the bitter cold is enough to prohibit my photography excursions, as I find cold hands do not for good photos make! I have just returned … Continue reading Photography 101: BIG and P.o.V.