I’m happy (and proud) to communicate that yesterday, out of the 3 or 4 millions photos uploaded every day on Flickr, one of my photos from my bachelor thesis “Il Mito di Roma” was selected and inserted in Flickr Explore (which is the “top 500 photos” from a certain day, let’s say).
Here’s the photo:
This is the Pantheon’s Dome, in Rome, Italy. as seen from under it. It was a sunny day, morning and the air was quite humid; that made the ray of light so visible. Some architects have said this photo is “upside-down” (the ray should be “going” down-right. Personally I’ve never heard a sphere having sides and directions. I don’t see the Pantheon dome in this photo, I see a rhythm dictated by the coffers and light braking it.
Plus, what matters is the effect. Always!