|Via Goffredo Mameli, 4 Feb 2012|
|Cinzia in front of our fontana.|
|Above, steps up the Gianicolo.|
Below, Roberto with the Fontanone behind.
|A statue of one of the Garibaldini.|
Below, Garibaldi seen through the avenue of plane trees.
|Romulus and Remus ignore the cold on the base of Garibaldi's statue.|
|Snow turns all the red tile roofs white in central Rome.|
|Above, the leaves that refused to leave.|
Below, St. Peters.
|Time for a cappuccino.|
|Not going anywhere.|
|Above and below, Viale di Trastevere.|
|The muses beside the poet Giacchino Belli have probably seen worse.|
|Above the Tiber retaining wall, a mist of snowy trees, the Synagogue,|
and in the distance, the Quadriglia atop the Vittorio Emanuele monument.
|The Vittorio Emanuele II monument.|
|What did the snowstorm bring you? Oh, I see.|
|Fat fingers and a cornucopia full of snow.|
|The Arch of Septimius Severus at left and columns from the Temple of Saturn.|
|Three columns from the Temple of Castor with the Arch of Titus in the background.|
Lines of column bases from the Basilica of Giulia are in the foreground.
|Cinzia looks over Stefano's fruit selection.|
|The snow kept most of the vendors away from the market on Saturday.|
|All kinds of people were in Piazza San Cosimato.|
|AMA hard at work.|
(Agenzia Metropolitana Ambiente)