Rome at night

Piazza del Popolo

We had the fun idea of walking around in Rome at night, and we started at Piazza del Popolo, a place otherwise full of tourists during the day:


Walking towards Piazza de Spagna (Spanish Steps)

From Piazza del Popolo, we walked towards the famous Spanish Steps, snapping pictures left and right on our way there.


Piazza de Spagna and Spanish Steps

When we finally arrived to the Spanish Steps, it was late at night, maybe midnight, and there was pretty much no one there. During the day the steps are packed, specially in the summer, and it is a bit of a tradition to sit there, hang out and have your photo taken. Well, this time I was able to take some photos of the place empty!

All in all, a great walk. Now that I think about it, it’s time to repeat it!
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2 thoughts

  1. Senior,
    I really like the shot of the Rome Street with the moon “starred”. Did you use a filter or just close down the lens to f22? Keep up the great work.

    • Hi Douglas,

      Thanks for stopping by. If you refer to the 7th photo in the post “Rome at night”, no, I didn’t use a filter. It was a lamp what is starred. The EXIF info says: 1/30 sec at f2.8, ISO 800.

      (I need to redo this system so that people can comment on individual photos as well, not only to the whole post)


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