In English, “Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore” translates to “Basilica of Saint Mary of the Flower”. It is a stunning example of Gothic design, which was started in 1296 by Arnolfo di Cambio. Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore … Continue reading →
I am truly happy tonight! Some very special ten year old digital photos were able to be saved from loss and I now have them in this computer.
In 2002 I went to Italy with a brand new, credit-card sized Minolta DiMage Z digital camera. I also took my old Nikon film camera.
In those days we had a PC computer, that died a horrible death….the hard drive blew up or something. My photos were still in the PC computer but the question was: How do we get them out and into my Mac/iPhoto? Well, the problem has been solved and my photos are safely in my Mac. I feel as if I’ve been reunited with some old friends!
Now that I’m working with the photos, I noticed that the pixel size is 800 max. Digital cameras have changed so much in ten years! I plan to show some photos in the future, but I have one to share tonight.
I took this photo in Florence. We were in the process of climbing the 600 steps to the top of the Duomo of the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore. “Basilica of Saint Mary the Flower” (the cathedral of Florence). Along the stairway are a few windows, and I shot a couple photos through those windows.
I really like this photo because it captures part of the city and the countryside too.