Let ME say it before YOU say it: I have already shot Zaha Hadid's MAXXI* Museum in Rome so many times. Yet I can't help going back there with a camera. There are subjects one never gets bored exploring. It's instructive and challenging in the meantime. Moreover I'm in a quasi-monochrome mood lately, so there is plenty of new (to me) aspects of that building to find, capture and render.
Nonetheless I have tons of backlog of unselected and unedited photographs sitting in my hard drives. Many of those (some dates back to May 2011) don't belong to this new stream of mine, therefore this summer I'll be posting a mix of not-so-new and new-new works. My blog will look a little less consistent and your humble will be a happier man.
*For those who wonder, MAXXI is the acronym for Museum of the Arts of the 21 (XXI in Roman numerals) century. It should be compulsorily included in all tourist itineraries of Rome, even the shortest ones. Especially if you are a photographer. And I know you are.