Being me, I couldn't resist Milan's extensive and varied collection of trams, which include a large number that in most of the rest of the world would have been restored for special retro tourist excursions, such as those in Brno or Hong Kong. Well done Milan!
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rushfan2112 (2965) 2007-08-04 0:55
Richard, this (apart from the adverts on the trams) looks a hundred years old. It's a superb rendition of a wonderful scene. I've never wanted to go to Milan - until now. The B&W conversion is magic - particularly in a city I always thought of as very colourful - designer shops and boutiques - the sort of place I wouldn't normally go near!. Excellent. Regards, Paul.
snunney (79867) 2007-08-04 0:57
I very much like the choice of black and white here. It really suits the subject very well and helps create the right atmosphere. Very good work.
chinchini (31529) 2007-08-04 1:00
Très belle image qu'on peut considérer archive vu sa composition et ses couleurs. Le choix du N&B nous ramène 100 ans en arrière comme l'a dit Paul.
bertolucci (13356) 2007-08-04 3:07
Hi Richard, I'm astonished that these beautiful vintage railcars are still in the reg fleet. A very neat capture and the BW really rocks. Congrats and have a great weekend,
kevinos (7385) 2007-09-13 23:29
Ah yes, Richard, a match for the other one. They are wonderfully historic looking carriages. Again the use of B&W and the lack of any identifiable modern object means that this picture could be from the early 2oth century. I really is charming. regards kevin
Polonaise (5802) 2007-11-18 18:54
Precious, and quite astonished photography.
You just make sure Richard, that is properly date marked in your archives !
Very beautiful, old...Oooops !...like a brand new antique beauty !
Bring them more...