It’s impossible to go to Rome and not make this photograph. The Trevi fountain is one of the most well known “attractions” in Rome with good reason. It’s a beautiful fountain that has been here for hundreds of years (although not all of those years it in its current shape).
It was pretty difficult to get a “good shot” with the short amount of time we had here, plus the hundreds of other visitors all trying to get the same spots. But I managed to elbow my way in to the middle and snapped a few out.
I’m not entirely happy with this, but I have to post it since it is so iconic. I decided to also leave it as is for the most part, and did not fix the wide angle distortion as I originally thought of doing, as I ended up liking the effect.
If you are ever in Rome, this is a must visit. Oh and you may want to practice your coin toss move. It’s a lot harder then you think 🙂