Where is Juliet?
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|Every year hundreds of thousands of people trek to Verona to see the balcony where Juliet stood and Romeo declared his love.|
It is very possible that Romeo and Juliet were only figments of Shakespeare's imagination, but this is probably the most powerful love story in western culture.
The house in Verona known as Juliet's house,was owned by the family dell Capello, a name not far from Capulet?
The house dates from the 13 century and the family coat of arms can still be seen on the wall.
A slight problem is the balcony itself, which overlooks the courtyard------ it was added in the 20th century!!!
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Yes, Jean, we wait!... ;O)
Amazing shot, so real.
A very pleasant scene with good exposure and sharpness. I do think that it is a little pale and the saturation could have been increased.
I've done a workshop, but I'm not completely happy with it.
I do like Bobs idea however I think it is slightly over saturated. Love the composition with a bit of greenery and old damaged walls as per reality. The POV is perfect but where is she, as I do remember in a movie some time ago, not disrespectful to old Shakespere but I would think Juliet Juliet where art thou as your title suggests.