Internationally Published Advertising and Editorial Resort Lifestyle photographer, specializing in Resort, Resort fashion and Resort beauty imagery - Miami, Ft Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Florida, Vail, Colorado, Scottsdale, Arizona - Steve Thornton
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Via Nerino



This series of images was shot on the ground floor, except for the last one, of the home in Milano I'm staying in. The house is on one of the original 6 streets of Milano, Via Nerino. Construction on the home started in the 1300's and continued for the next several hundred years. The large high doors would have been where the family kept the carriages and horses and this area is serviced via the back entrance that you can see in the first photo. The spiral stairs is typical for homes here in that the homes are huge so every member of the family could have their own apartment there by keeping the family close and together. (This is very Italian.) The part of the house I'm in has an elevator and is in the middle of the spiral staircase.

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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