Photographer's Note

I think many of you found my last photo rather unpleasant. Most of the critiques I received were polite, rather than enthusiastic. To make up for that I give you now a more conventional photo that shouldn't provoke anyone.

This is a view from somewhere in the central part of Siena, a beautiful city in Tuscany and to my mind far nicer than nearby Pisa. I took this photo almost 25 years ago and can no longer identify the major buildings, although I am sure they are well known to many others who know the city better.

Will (willperret) kindly explained that the big brick church is the San Francesco, the dome on the right is the Insigne Collegiata di Santa Maria in Provenzano and the steep street is the Via del Comune.

Thank you Will.

Here is a larger version.

Another view of central Siena, with an identifiable tower, can be seen as a workshop.

Both photos were scanned from Kodachrome slides.

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Additional Photos by Gert Holmertz (holmertz) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 11542 W: 562 N: 22238] (96702)
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