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Naples Italy – The City in Black and White

In Food Tripping, Italy, Travel by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch36 Comments

Napoli is a city rich with colorful street scenes and vibrant characters. However, the city shines the most when you view Naples photos in Black and White.

See the soul of colorful Naples Italy through our black and white Naples photos.

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As we walked around Naples with its ubiquitous graffiti, awesome food and colorful characters, we realized that the city truly shows its soul when seen in black and white.

We took numerous photos, but these are the Naples photos that we love the most because they show textural and luminescent Napoli –  the real Italian city that we fell in love with in just a few days.

Naples Photos – Black and White

Naples Italy Black & White

Naples Girls in Black and White Naples Italy Black & White

Naples Italy Black & White

Naples Woman in Black and White Naples Italy Black & White

Naples Beach Bum in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Statue Naples Italy Black & White

Pizza Line Naples Italy Black & White

Street Scene Naples Italy Black & White

Naples Woman Umbrella in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Church Facade Naples Italy Black & White

Naples Couple in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Naples Motorcycle in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Naples Man in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Naples Street in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Naples Sfogliatella in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Naples Wine in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Naples Street in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Pastry Chef Naples Italy Black & White

Naples Building in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Naples Musiciaians in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White

Naples Street in Black and White Naples Italy Black and White


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  1. Gorgeous photo essay! I never took any B&W pics while in Naples, but I love the timeless feeling yours bring to this ancient city. Inspiring!

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  2. I love black and white photos of European cities–really makes them come alive. Great job with depicting Naples–you’ve captured the character of the city in a very evocative way.
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  3. There’s something about black & white imagery that brings forth a lot of character. I did a quite tour of Italy this summer but missed out on Naples. I’ll definitely have to go back.

  4. It’s amazing how even in black and white you were able to capture the life of the city and the Italian attitude. I guess they don’t need color to show off anyway 😀
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  5. These are incredible, I absolutely love how you’ve captured the mood in so many of these photos, they could’ve only been conveyed in the black/white presentation, I am really impressed!
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  6. Wow great pictures, Naples is on my list of places. It really looks like you’ve captured the feel of the city in these pics. Nice work 🙂

  7. These images are awesome. I really love how you dedicated a post to black and white images . . . it really shows a whole different perspective of the region somehow! You’ve given me an idea here for a future post . . .!

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      There’s just something about Naples that spoke to us, especially through a black and white lens. So glad that you understand!

  8. Naples is the one city in all of Italy that I really want to visit. Been to Rome a few times but never made it to Naples where I could stay for a few days. It was always when I was passing through the city to get to somewhere else.
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  9. These are really some fabulous photos! I especially like the first one with the 3 girls and the man with the cross

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