Monday, April 1, 2013

Theme Day: Pedestrians Crossing

Pedestrian crossing, via Gaetano D'Alesio, piazza Mazzini, Palazzo Orlando, Livorno
Zebra crossing in Via Gaetano D'Alesio, leading straight to the sales office of Palazzo Orlando.

See also: Palazzo Orlando

23 comments:

VP said...

Sorry, no pedestrians...

Randy said...

Nice choice for theme day.

Jim said...

That's a great backdrop. Mine didn't have any pedestrians on it either. :)

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Well seen and shot ! good eyes !

Small City Scenes said...

A rather scary crossing right to a sales office. Oops, I'm not buying today. LOL Nice pic though. MB

LONDONLULU said...

How convenient for the sales office and anyone wanting to get there! Great perspective for the theme shot.

Nori said...

it looks only way the door! ;)

Tamera said...

I like the rhythms, patterns and subtle colors of this image. A pedestrian would spoil its perfect symmetry :^)

VP said...

Jim, Tamera - Thanks!

Dina said...

It DOES look like a "red" carpet has been rolled out.
"Ahalan, come into my shop ..."

Red Nomad OZ said...

Wow! A pedestrian crossing just to one building!! Maybe everyone's already at work ...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Perfect symmetry VP.. Fab image for today.

Jeroen van de Ven said...

Beautiful composition!!

cieldequimper said...

I love the graphics here. That crossing is huge!

Hilda said...

Perfect placement, I must say. Great shot too.

Tanya Breese said...

ohhhh i love this one, so many lines!

Gunn said...

The pedestrians are probably just waiting for you to take the picture of the nice building and wooden door.

Stefan Jansson said...

I think I just saw the invisible man cross the street!

Lynette said...

Perfect pedestrian photo! Superb combination of perspective, shapes, and colors.

Babzy said...

nice pic for the theme :)

adriana said...

A nice change of rythm between crossing and the stone frames on the building.

JM said...

The zebra crossing leads the eye to the beautiful stone work on the building. Nicely composed, VP.

Buck said...

Gorgeous point of view here. Well done!