Here is the ebb and flow of my contributions to Kim's Sunday Selections. I felt particularly inspired by her architectural photographs this week, but got distracted by other things when I was looking through my own photographs. Sometimes the devil is in the detail, see something from slightly off-centre and a new perspective emerges. These photographs reveal the strange focus of a trip to Rome. Strange details found at familiar sights. An odd collection of tourist shots.
From the roof of San Pietro the sculptures signal.
Mussolini's name, partially erased from a monument. Still etched in stone if not in red.
The view from Castello d'Angelo across the city of Rome and the headless bust which oversees it.