Shots and musings from San Diego based photographer, David Phillipich

Italy Redux – the Colors of Florence

As much as I love black and white photography, sometimes there are images and more specifically, places, that beg to be shown in all their vivid glory.  Italy is one of these places.  So much fun light.

I’m splitting up these color posts into the cities we visited; Florence, Venice and Rome.  A majority of our time was spent in Florence, so those are the photos you will see here.  Be sure to check back because though the Venice/Rome shots are hot.  Molto Caldo!

To my family, do not be discouraged.  I will put a post together featuring your beautiful mugs in the days to come.

A taste of Florence…


2 responses

  1. These are phenomenal. Seriously awesome!

    June 9, 2011 at 11:08 pm

  2. Dad

    Okay, it’s been a few weeks since we returned from Italy, and each time I view the shots you’ve posted, especially of Firenze and Mercado Centrale, and then how can I ignore Venice, and the B&W shots of Rome, and… well, you get the picture… I easily forget how the rigors of international travel wreaked havoc with this old man, and I just as easily remember the wonderful time we had over there. Thank you, Dave, for capturing this special vacation so well. You have an incredible gift, Son, and I could not be more proud of you and what you’re doing with it. And I can’t help but feel how proud your grandparents are, too, especially Grandpa Lindy, who shared your photographic artistry. Now, let’s get you home so you can do an updated essay on The Hounds…

    June 14, 2011 at 11:43 am

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