Photographs from High-Point– Rome, Italy


I’ve put together this short collection of photographs that I took from atop the tallest building in Rome, Italy. To have the opportunity to get to see these views, my friends and I had to pay some guy15 Euro each so he would take us to the top in an elevator. We were allowed twenty-five minutes to take in the view. Here are some shots of Rome, Italy from as high as you can get while keeping your feet on something solid.



The above image overlooks the Roman Forum ruins, as well as the Colosseum in the background.

Here, a zoomed image of the Roman Forum. You can spend a whole day (which I did!) if not more just walking through these ruins and photographing everything. More on the Forum coming soon!

Until next time,


All above images taken with a small Casio point-&-shoot digital.


Author: Nathan Bush Wedding Photography

My name is Nathan Bush and I am a loving husband, an avid world traveler, an adventurer, and an off-road and Jeep enthusiast. I began my serious journey into photography in the mountains of Patagonia Argentina where I fell in love with the wilderness world. My passion has taken me to Iceland, Alaska, Peru, Argentina, Belgium, the Netherlands, and countless National Parks.  A good friend once told me I should combine my knack for beautiful landscape photography with capturing the details of their wedding, so I decided to dive right into the challenge. It has been quite a ride from there, and thus today, my passion for photography has evolved to capturing the raw candid emotion and intimate moments involved in wedding photography.

6 thoughts on “Photographs from High-Point– Rome, Italy”

  1. Hi there, I’m currently in Rome and would be really interested in knowing how to get up to the high point where you photographed the Colosseum! Id be very interested in paying the same person to get up there!

    Kind regards

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