Here are a few picturesque, funny, intriguing pictures I took today while strolling through Rome. It’s my second time in the Eternal city, and there is an advantage in getting back to a place you like. No need to run to see the musts any longer, you can enjoy the landscape and the people and focus on a few things that HAPPEN rather than things that ARE (in this case a fabulous exhibition with the paintings of Caravaggio at the Quirinale – thanks, again Marica!

I met for example the invisible man …

… and two dalmatians, a lady and a van who turned the back to me at the same time.

I photographed the narrow streets of Rome that I love …

… as well as the exclusive gallery now renamed after Alberto Sordi.

I looked for the silhouette of Saint Peter’s at day from the Quirinale …

… and at night from the top of the Spanish Stairs.

I saw precious or at least expensive old Russian icons in an antiquarian shop …

… as well as cheap art in Piazza Navona …

… and tomorrow it’s another day!