I did my best to take original shots of the world’s most photographed building. It isn’t easy.
Positioning your hand so it looks like you’re pinching the top of the dome has been done. Often.
There are crowds. Of course. With cameras. 40,000 visitors each day, taking an average of, hmmm, 25 shots each…(excuse me while I reach for the calculator)… a million shots a day. Most of them indistinguishable from each other.
I stood in a queue and waited my turn to get this one.
Actually there are quiet spots away from the main drag. Early in the morning the waterway out the back of the main building was deserted and shrouded in photogenic mist.
And the people are interesting in themselves…