Pompeii street scenes

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  1. conor

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    We spent a week in Italy at the end of August and we went to Pompeii. Just thought id share some of the street scenes with you.


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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow, that is a place I would like to visit myself one day, too! Looks amazing. To be thinking that this has been there for ever so long! Wow.
     
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    lol, we are learning this in school right now..about Pompeii, Rome, etc.
     
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    Pompeii is a cool place to visit. It looks like you had better weather than when I was there.
     
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    Cool shots, and indeed a nice place. Did you get over to Herculaneum as well while you were there? Personally, I reckon it's much more interesting than Pompeii...
     
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    Beautiful shots! I wish I could travel more! You people make me jealous!!!:wink:
     
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    Very cool. I would love to see that some day
     
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    It was quite warm that day though they did say that if there was no breeze and no cloud it could get up to 50C! :S
     
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    Does'nt seem to be a bicycle friendly town. Beautiful photos !
     
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    Neither a rollerblade friendly one ;) ....
     
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    can't see what's focused...
     
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    Conor, i hope you don't mind me jumping on your thread but i dug out a photo from my visit to Pompeii. It seemed like a movie set with all the tourists and the guides. But when i saw this it really hit home what happened at Pompeii.

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    As i say, sorry for jumping on your thread.
     

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