Yup, Rome. From the top of St. Peter
Yeah this isn’t working out too well with the photos….
The Statue of David:
Sitting right near David himself. Well a statue of him at the very least. But this is him nonetheless. Not some fake statue. This is where those replicas come from. Upon seeing it, i appreciate the art and talent put into it. Every muscle and vein stick out like he was a real man. The detail in everything is just unbelievable. Crazy to believe this was sculpted before machine and modern technique/tools.
4 rivers fountain:
sound of water rushing
brown and white dog panting
henna stand claims it will last 20-25 days
all the group writing in their journal
purple and white flowers
my blue and white bag resting on a mini pillar
damn cute girls next to me left, one was trying to read what i was writing
i looked at her and she smiled at me
okay another one too, like they never seen a guy journal before
museo di roma sign
St Clement Underground:
What will another 2000 years bring for Rome? Will this church be built over? What will they say about our buildings? Like Ancient Romans, what can we leave behind to be awed at? Will they say we were technologically advanced?
In another 2000 years, Rome could rise another three stories, particularly if they stopped garbage collections. Glad that you discovered that girls like guys who write in their journal.
Your question about what we will leave behind us is profound! Will it be our buildings, our culture, our technology, etc.
Another question is will our culture last as long as the Roman Empire? Are we are on upward course or a downward course!
See you soon!
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