Trastevere is located on the west bank of the River Tiber, south of Vatican city. As with much of Rome, it is accessible by foot from the main attractions, although throughout our time in Rome it was blisteringly hot which made 100 metres feel like a 1000! Still it was well worth searching out this beautiful area, not only for the excellent restaurants frequented by the locals, but also for the quaint cobblestone streets and architecture.
This image is actually a crop from the original file, which I captured using my latest ‘toy’ which is a Canon 100D equipped with a 24mm EF-S pancake lens. This is the only image on my website taken with this camera as it is not something I use for professional assignments, however as an incredibly small lightweight camera I do find it is very useful for those days when I simply don’t want to bring out a much bigger D-SLR…
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2 thoughts on “Lunch in Trastevere…”
Stunning shot, the pasta looks delicious!
It certainly was! Thank you for dropping by Jasmine, and for your kind comments!