Pompeii 龐貝古城 (Part II)



Pompeii 龐貝古城 Part II


Pompeii is a ruined and partially buried Roman town-city near modern Naples in the Italian
 region of Campania, in the territory of the commune of Pompeii. It was destroyed and completely
buried during a long catastrophic eruption of the volcano Mount Vesuvius spanning two days in 79 AD.
The eruption buried Pompeii under 22 meters of ash and pumice, and it was lost for nearly 1,600 years
 before its accidental rediscovery in 1592. Since then, its excavation has provided an extraordinarily
 detailed insight into the life of a city at the height of the Roman Empire.
There were many fascinating stories to listen to and things to see and if you have
the opportunity to see it, I recommend you do so!

龐貝古城是一個破壞了和部分埋藏了的羅馬城市,它就在現代的意大利境內的
那不勒斯地區附近。在公元79年,它被維蘇威火山跨越兩天徹底的災難性火山爆發所摧毀
並長期的埋藏著。火山爆發把龐貝城掩埋在22米的火山灰和浮石下,
它是失去了近1600年才在1592年偶然下重新被發現。
從那時起,它的發掘提供了羅馬帝國全盛時期一些非常詳細的生活細節。
這裡有許多引人入勝的故事,可以聽和看到的東西,如果你有機會來看,我建議你都這樣做!



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26 comments:

  1. 實在大開眼界, 龐貝古城真係幾靚喎, pic.9 係咪真人化石嚟o架師兄??

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  2. 行依d古城真係好有感覺 :)
    同埋d狗好得意haha

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  3. Hi~~~ Long time no visit coz stuck with my work....sorry about that! :D

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  4. 多謝基司欣大師賞照片呀! 龐貝古城真係好靚,
    pic.9既係2000幾年前既龐貝城人類化石, 仲有好多架...

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  5. 係呀Kay, 真係好有FEEL, 希望再有機會去類似既古城!
    兩隻狗真真好得意, 大家係咁攪佢地都仲要訓! @_@

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  6. Thanks uLi, I was busy last weekend too...
    I will try to write some more post this week,
    hope your work will be alright! ^.^

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  7. 天空好藍喔~
    明哥的羅馬之行收獲不錯~

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  8. 係呀San哥哥, 今次既旅程相信係我今多次旅行之中影得最多同最滿意既一次!

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  9. ooh the preserved body.... looks too real.. i recall not wanting to go too near them.

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  10. another great job from you..amazing!!

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  11. d雲好靚呀~
    喜歡1,3~
    9好驚呀~

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  12. Thanks lechua, the preserved people bodies there are really a bit horrible...
    but this is a part of Pompeii history...

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  13. Thanks man, I'm really glad that all of you like these series of pictures!

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  14. 多謝魚仔欣賞照片, 其實我都有諗過貼唔貼第9張相出黎,
    不過這些屍體化石真係龐貝古城歷史重要的一部分...

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  15. Lovely white dog caught snoozing? :)

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  16. Yes Mei Teng, we coudn't make him awake! ^.^

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  17. For some reason, I can relate photo 9 with the monent of the volcano eruption!
    Photo 19 is also very interesting!

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  18. Thanks micki, I think is because you can still see very clear
    the facial expression of this preserved body...

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  19. Those were just casts from the real ones, right?
    They put the real stuff in the museums already, I think.

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  20. I think these are real preserved bodies,
    because didn't see any reproduction stuff there...

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  21. Ha ha... Are you sure?
    Did you smell something funny then?

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  22. Yes, I'm sure! Pompeii is more near to you,
    may be you can go there to check it! ^.^

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  23. Un reportaje excelente, la variedad de tomas, el color ... un buen trabajo.

    Saludos, José luis

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  24. Muito obrigado José luis, tenho sorte que
    encontrei um bom dia com muito sol,
    vou continuar trabalhar na tarefa de fotografia!

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  25. Anonymous3/8/10 14:28

    just a quick question sir, did u manually adjust your white balance in these pictures? coz i like them!

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  26. Yes, I took RAW pictures, that's another format beside JPEG,
    it let you change your setting convenitently!

    I use my own pictures style and usually set manually the white balance.

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