Historic Center, Rome
The word quarantine originates from the Italian word “quarantena” from the Venetian language meaning “forty days”. This is one of 40 photos I captured for my “Rome Lockdown Series” documenting life on the Roman streets over 40 days of my quarantine. This image evokes the sudden quiet that overtook the city. The shuttered windows and doors, the woman armored for her errands, the Fiat parked for an indefinite time. I love the color of the wheels in this photograph which gave me hope that brighter days were waiting for us on the horizon.
All images are printed on professional Kodak ENDURA Lustre paper with a fine grain pebble texture.
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