Just a few days ago I drove through Tuscany on the way home, and decided to stop in my beloved Siena, the famous city of the Palio.
I played the pure tourist role and quickly visited just the main landmarks: “Piazza del Campo“, where the Palio occurs, and the Duomo. I had some 4 more hours drive waiting ahead, so I couldn’t spend too much time visiting the city.
As a people-watching lover, I couldn’t help noticing the huge crowds of tourists, and some of them were pretty funny. Like the old man I asked to take a picture of me in front of the Duomo, and cut out the whole Duomo. I thought he was good as he was holding a big DSLR camera too… but yeah I was wrong.
So this is what you get when you take photos of the monuments in Italy (and pretty much everywhere else, I guess):
Yep, that old man on the left holding a DSLR camera is the one I mentioned before! I’d love to see his photos. *grin*