The Foreign Service Journal, July-August 2021

90 JULY-AUGUST 2021 | THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL LOCAL LENS Please submit your favorite, recent photograph to be consid- ered for Local Lens. Images must be high resolution (at least 300 dpi at 8” x 10”, or 1 MB or larger) and must not be in print else- where. Include a short description of the scene/event, as well as your name, brief biodata and the type of camera used. Send to local- . BY ANGELICA HARRISON n ROME, ITALY Angelica Harrison currently serves as a Diplomatic Security special agent in Washington, D.C. She was in Rome with the Secretary of State’s detail when she took this photo. She has also served in Seoul and Dakar. She captures street photography as a hobby, and used an Olympus Pen Mirrorless E-P3 with an Olympus 14-42mm lens for this image. S anti Vincenzo e Anastasio a Trevi (Saints Vincent and Anastasius at Trevi), as it has been known since the 16th century, is a church in Rome adjacent to the famed Trevi Fountain. Rebuilt in the mid-17th century in the Baroque style, the structure’s unusual design features a dense grouping of 18 Corinthian columns on two stories. The reconstruction was ordered by Cardinal Mazarin, whose coat of arms and cardinal’s hat, supported by angels, are the focus of the travertine façade. The church has the distinction of housing the embalmed hearts of 22 popes from Sixtus V to Leo XIII. This view of the top half of the church, with the buglers silhouetted against the sky, captures the richness of the architecture. n