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The Dome of the Pantheon, Rome, Italy.

If you look up from the middle of that colossal building, you might get the feeling as if you were falling into it. Of course that does not make sense, because you cant defy gravity. But the dome is so big that it occupies your WHOLE point of view.

The light comes only from the huge hole »Oculus« in the top of the open dome.

August 2011
Canon EOS 7D, Canon 18 – 135mm, Polarizing Filter
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Canon EOS 7D
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Aug 17, 2011, 2:33:24 PM
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JBord's avatar
Nicely captured.

This is one of the few places in the world where almost everyone visited at one point.

I was there when it was raining, you get to see water falling from the hole in the ceiling, it's like a waterfall.
N1cn4c's avatar
Thank you very much!
That must have been a unique moment to see the crying heaven entering through this enourmous dome!
JBord's avatar
Yea, but walking Rome in the rain wasn't that fun. hehe
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kokinomala's avatar
you are welcome:hug:
Crimson-Contagion's avatar
On my other account i have a very similar photo of the inside of the National Gallery in Washington DC. Only, your photo looks much more amazing!
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Thank you so much :)
Please post your link to that picture!
Acually the Pantheon has been built in the year 126 AD and was the origin of all the other domes in this style around the world.
Crimson-Contagion's avatar
[link] I apologize for the grain. I think i was going through an editing phase at the time xD
N1cn4c's avatar
Interesting. That is totally the same structure! ^^
Crimson-Contagion's avatar
you should see the Metro stations! The underground trains tunnels are the same looking thing almost
ReygarFaust's avatar
Beautiful photo! I love you!
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Thank you so much, you honor me ^^
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