Advertising and Editorial Travel Photography

Advertising and Editorial Travel Photography

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Villa Olmo
Villa Olmo from a distance

In the top photo is Villa Olmo, photographed from across Lake Como, one of the deepest lakes in Europe. The name Villa Olmo is derived from a magnificent hundred-year-old elm that no longer exists. It was built in the neoclassical style by Marquis Innocenzo Odescalchi whose family also produced Pope Innocent XI (1676-1689). The construction of the Villa started in 1782 and finished in 1797. Among the illustrious guests, of special note are the visits of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1797, the Queen of the Two Sicilies and the Queen of Sardinia in 1835. The second photo is the Villa Olmo in the center and off to the left is a bright tower. This is a monument to the fallen soldiers of WWI.

Shot with a Canon Professional Digital Camera & a Canon lenses set in RAW mode & processed in Photoshop. If you would like to use this image, or any of my images for mock or comp use, please just ask. There is never a charge for this service. Any educational use is permitted without charge, unless published, but please ask first. All commercial use is available only with a limited copyright release prior to use from the copyright holder, Steve Thornton. Thanks for looking!

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