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Mikyoung Cha Live Encounters Magazine March 2017

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Incantevole Italia, photographs by Mikyoung Cha

Mikyoung Cha is a graduate in Oriental Painting from Hyosung Women’s University, Daegu, South Korea. She has participated in a number of group art exhibitions in South Korea and Japan. In 2016 she took up photography – the camera becoming her paint brush. This globe trotting photographer is a regular contributor to Live Encounters Magazine.

 

 

 

In February this year I travelled across Italy, making brief stopovers in Milano, Venezia, Florence, Rome, Pompeii and Sorrento in Napoli.

These nine photographs are from a series that I took of this ancient land that was once the heart of the Roman Empire.

The Fountain of Neptune is a fountain in Florence

The Fountain of Neptune is a fountain in Florence.

A gondola in Venezia. ©  Mikyoung Cha

A gondola in Venezia.

Bridge of Sighs in Venezia. ©  Mikyoung Cha

Bridge of Sighs in Venezia.

Riva degli Schiavoni - Man on the horse - Statue of Victor Emmanuel II, Venezia. © Mikyoung Cha

Riva degli Schiavoni – Man on the horse – Statue of Victor Emmanuel II, Venezia.

Basilica San Marco (St. Mark’s Basilica) in Venezia. © Mikyoung Cha

Basilica San Marco (St. Mark’s Basilica) in Venezia.

Scavi di Pompeii. © Mikyoung Cha

Scavi di Pompeii.

Roman Forum in Rome photobombed by a gull. © Mikyoung Cha

Roman Forum in Rome photobombed by a gull.

Winged Lion the symbol of St. Mark. Right: Statue of St. Theodore  in Venezia. © Mikyoung Cha

Winged Lion the symbol of St. Mark. Right: Statue of St. Theodore in Venezia. © Mikyoung Cha

Heron perched on a briccole, mooring pole for boats in Venezia. © Mikyoung Cha

Heron perched on a briccole, mooring pole for boats in Venezia.

© Mikyoung Cha

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