Thursday, March 10, 2011

Typical Tuscany: Little Chapel

Every collection of Tuscany photos includes this little chapel.
It is on the road to Asciano, high up on a hill, and is probably the most photographed structure in Tuscany.  The turnoff for this Kodak photo moment is almost nonexistent, and the chapel is at least 100 yards away from the road.  You can't get any closer -- this is private property.  The charm lies in the scale of the building, the shapes of the trees, the way the light hits the front of the chapel.  There's not much you can do with angles, etc. - you pull off the road, take the shot (vertical and horizontal), get back on the road.  Simple.

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