Every now and then I like going back to location I have already photographed. The Trionfale Grocery Market in Rome, designed by Architect Alessandro Santonati, makes no exception. I remember my frequent visits to the building site which, like many things in my country, went largely over schedule. Most of my shots were taken with the Canon G10, a premium compact camera that still makes a perfect companion for a stroll in the city in bright light.
This time I rode there with the Olympus OM-D (wich, by the way, I shall review sooner or later, as promised). As PhotoGraphia regulars may have noticed, I'm in a in-camera-monochrome/out-of-camera-jpg mood lately. Every minute less in front of the computer makes one more minute riding my bicycle or my Harley-Davidson. It's a beautiful summer in Rome this year and I want to take advantage of it as much as I can. And shooting with the Olympus OM-D helps a lot in this instance.