On aimerait bien résumer l’Italie à des spaghettis et des penaltys imaginaires, mais il faut bien reconnaître que nos voisins transalpins ont un pays plutôt photogénique et des murs qui nous racontent une histoire plusieurs fois millénaires. Du coup, quand un photographe talentueux quitte sa ville de Melbourne pour faire un petit « giro », ça donne des clichés saisissants.

Venise

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Venice ? ? I'm not ready to leave yet. Off to Florence tomorrow.

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Florence

Rome

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I couldn't resist but to do a light trail shot in front of the #colosseum It's no London red bus, but it'll just have to do

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Vatican

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Last time I was here at St Peter's Basicilia, Vatican was 3 years ago. Even after all these years, it still takes my breath away.

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#thatfountainthough St Peter's Basilica is both beautiful inside and out.

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Normally filled with tourist, I had to blend multiple layers together to have this empty staircase. #BramanteStaircase

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Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre

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Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre, Italy

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Mais ils font aussi des spaghettis, rassurez-vous.