The architecture of the historic center of Siena is undoubtedly something extraordinary: starting with the splendid Piazza del Campo with its shell shape, then the lines of the Duomo and the structure of the historic buildings.
This is a journey in search of textures and geometries, allowing you to take a closer look at the material that makes this city so unique and special.
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Here are the stages of your texture and geometry hunting shots below!
- Floor of the Piccolomini Library (Cathedral interior)
- Interior wall of the cathedral
- Interior floor of the cathedral
- Exterior of the cathedral
- Santa Maria della Scala – Chiesa Santissima Annunziata
- City Street
- Palace on Via del Casato di Sotto
You can follow the route from wherever you are:
Floor of the Piccolomini Library (Cathedral interior)
Have you been here before? The Three Graces look at you and wonder, “We are here, and we are so beautiful, why is that guy taking pictures of the floor?”
Interior wall of the cathedral
The interior of the Cathedral is something extraordinary isn’t it? Enjoy the visit, admire every detail. Here architecture, textures and geometries reign supreme.
Interior floor of the cathedral
The beauty of this unique floor also lies in the details and geometries that fill every space with beauty, don’t you think?
Exterior of the cathedral
Have fun with geometry and texture themed shots, experiment with angles and different shots, chase lines and create your own photo composition!
The exterior and interior of Siena Cathedral is the perfect place for this type of shot!
Santa Maria della Scala – Chiesa Santissima Annunziata
Appreciate the atmosphere of the church, admire the beautiful fresco in the apse and lift your gaze upward, there’s your next shot!
In Siena there is something beautiful even in the simple arrangement of stones around a doorway. Learn to observe every detail and you will discover something amazing.
Palace on Via del Casato di Sotto
Walking around the city you may have noticed that many buildings have designs on their walls, look around and you will discover some really curious and peculiar patterns! https://bit.ly/3zEcapL