My name is Anne and I’m originally from Germany. Photography has fascinated me from an early age on but it wasn’t until I went on exchange to Australia where I could take photography as a school subject that I started to learn about it in more depth. Over the years I have mostly taken pictures on my travels, I have been very lucky to be blessed with a mother that is so hungry for traveling. I feel like I’m an observant tourist, I watch things, I notice things, people, animals, architecture, the surroundings. The older I get the more aware I become. Now that I’m based in North Wales, and have met a lot of like minded people I am exploring all kinds of photography, including film and street photography. It is a fantastic journey and the more learn about it the more I want to do it.
I’m now a lensblr member :) Big thank you to lensblr, you do a tremendous job!
The Colonnades is a set of arcade passages, guiding to the facade of St. Peter’s Basilica. It was built by Bernini. Two wings (Charlemagne left, Constantine right) are 120 m long, and consist of 284 Doric columns and 88 pilasters of travertine marble.