Piazza Navona in Rome, Italy

I spent a morning in one of Rome’s most historical city squares (i.e. Piazza) watching the sun come up and the city come alive. Normally, this area is jammed full of people hanging out and checking out the fountains – mainly the one in the middle of the square that was designed by Bernini. I took this picture from the north end of the square looking south and this particular fountain is named the ‘Fountain of Neptune’ (you are looking at Neptune’s backside in this shot).

Photo of the Day – Fountain of Neptune

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Hope everyone had a relaxing Labor Day Weekend. I’m back on the road tomorrow (Dallas) with an early morning flight and Wednesday (Minnesota) for some work travel. Already looking forward to being home.

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