St Peter’s Basilica at night

I’ve just returned from a week in Rome and have lots to write about, so there will be more blog posts coming soon! In the meantime, I thought I’d share a rather cool pic I took on my iPhone last week of St Peter’s Basilica at dusk.

St Peter's at nightNight photography is difficult and I don’t have a tripod! But there will be more to follow once I get the photos off my proper camera.

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About Rachel McCombie

I graduated from Oxford University in 2009 with an MA in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History from St John's College. After graduating I worked as a Geographic Researcher at Holidaylettings.co.uk, spending lots of time researching and writing travel guides to worldwide destinations, developing my copywriting skills. After working as a copywriter and content consultant at White.net (formerly SEOptimise), where I most enjoyed working with travel clients, I went self-employed. I now divide my time between freelance copywriting and running the business I set up with my boyfriend - AirExperiences.co.uk - selling aviation gift experiences. In my spare time I'm training for a Private Pilot's Licence, and I also enjoy travelling, wine and baking. My favourite authors are Charles Dickens, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Bill Bryson.
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2 Responses to St Peter’s Basilica at night

  1. najia says:

    Is it possible to visit Vatican Museums at night?

  2. Nice picture ! You have to see all major attractions in Rome at least twice, during day and in the evening because they all have wonderfull in the evening with the lightning. May favorite in the evening is piazza dell Populo.

    Quick tip about photography without a tripod. There is almost always some pole or so steady object around pushing your hand holding the camera to a wall or tree removes a lot of the shaking.

    I really like your writing and your always more then welcome to guest post on my site as well :)

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