On our brief visit to Rome in 2012, we took a bus trip around the city to see the most we could in the short time we had. Of course, taking photos from a bus is always a dicey prospect, what with the window glare, other passengers, and no way to control the angle or distance of your shots. But I still always do it anyways!
I took dozens of bad photos, but sometimes the closeness of the subjects, in this case the buildings of Rome, worked to my advantage. We got to see the Colosseum both from a distance and also a little closer.
I didn’t even know what this next building was at the time (the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore), but somehow I managed to fill the frame with it so nicely it became one of my favorite photos from this visit.
You can find more frames filled at the original Lens-Artist challenge.