Monday, 14 December 2009

Inside St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City

The artwork is amazing. Click on images to enlarge.

Sorry about the noise and the blurry images.
The camera I was using doesn't perform so well in low light. Plus I had no tripod. I used my sister's Sony camera to take these shots. My Nikon Coolpix was totally hopeless. All the images came out blurry to the max. Sigh...



  1. This was such a gorgeous post ..of a fantastic place!AWesome job! I have been there too..when I was only a little girl of 7 years old....and to see it again through your magical a massive treat..what awe and beauty you have captured! Thankyou!

  2. Beautiful shots! I love the angles once again! I spy some Latin on the walls too, and I'm taking Latin so I can sort of read some of the words. =]

  3. Thanks for visiting my SWF post and commenting. I've been looking at all your recent posts and your lovely photos of St Peter's with all the interesting angles. It's 27 years since I was there and I didn't have a good camera then. Your photos make me want to go back and see what I could make of it a second time!

  4. ARE YOU KIDDING? These photos are breathtaking!The 3rd one is my ultimate favorite :)

  5. hello Lly,
    Thank you for dropping by and commenting on my blog.I am taking a short break from blogging and use the time to visit other bloggers to find out who they are and read what they hv posted... What a pleasant surprise to discovered that you are actually a Malaysian (all the while I thought you are a Italian!!)The Vatican city is sure a great place to take lots of artistic photos... I love your work, keep it up.
    Have a blessed Christmas and a happy new Year too.

    hugs, Vicky.

  6. Kiki...Thank you. It really is a fantastic place.

    iLikeToWrite... Ooo what do they read I wonder?

    Postcards...Thanks for dropping by my blog in return :D You should go back, it's such a beautiful place.

    Jay...Thank you so much. You've always got such nice comments for me :)

    Vicky...Thanks. Haha Malaysia Boleh :)

  7. Wow, so beautiful. That last shot is really interesting too.