Constantine’s Foot

Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome, Italy.
(Camera: Pentax Espio Mini; Film: Kodak Gold 400)

This is only a small part of a colossal statue of the Roman Emperor Constantine. Even though the statue has the emperor in a seated pose, it’s was still something like 30 feet high. Get the feeling he might have been compensating for something? If he were alive today, he’d probably be driving around in a Hummer or some big-ass truck.

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One Response to Constantine’s Foot

  1. Ehpem says:

    Very nice shot, what an amazing statue that must have been.

    I really like how the colour film translated to black and white.

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