Welcome to my new post. Another day and I have another things to say to all of you. December is approaching, and the days are shorter and shorter. London is a city filled with art, from galleries well knows all around the world to streets adorned with work by world-famous graffiti artists. It’s been exiting putting the words on this post together and try to … Continue reading If you’re after Free Art in London, check out this article.
Sara’ sicuramente un anno diverso il prossimo 2021. Probabilmente un anno di svolta e forse più’ drammatico e rivoluzionario di questo che volge al termine. Di certo mi piacerebbe ancora una volta attraversare una nuova città’, fare un viaggio. Ogni viaggio che si rispetta parte da alcuni fattori basilari da considerare per motivare la scelta di un luogo anziché’ di un’altro. Io solitamente parto da … Continue reading L’anno che verra’. Come sara’?
Richmond Bridge is an 18th-century stone arch bridge that crosses the River Thames at Richmond, connecting the two halves of the present-day London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. If you visit this side of the River and you have patience enough as any photographer should have, you could catch a sky like that. The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is in south-west London. I visited so many times this place because I was … Continue reading One day at Richmond Upon Thames
Ho in mente un ricordo delle mia prima volta in Sicilia. Avevo sentito parlare dei cesti che venivano calati dalle finestre per portare in casa il pane fresco o altre cose che venivano consegnate a domicilio, ma fu quando uno di questi cesti colpi la mia testa di adolescente che mi ricordai di colpo di questa cosa che mi avevano detto o forse avevo visto … Continue reading I cesti che calano dalle finestre. Ricordi di un tempo lontano oppure ancora attualità’?
In the last year, we had everything. Not last I was living in Warsaw and here in Poland still. Warsaw has been my hotspot during this pandemic time. Hanging out, shopping, seat in the bar, close at home like everyone else during the lockdown. I spend so much time watching and learning. Watching people around, how polish people think and how they react to issues … Continue reading Moving Again, from East to West
I’ve spent five days in Nice, and one day I took the train and went to Montecarlo. I went out for a walk as soon as I come out of the train and found the streets not very busy. Some people were milling around, but it was so quiet in general. People in Montecarlo don’t talk loud. People were whispering, speaking quietly into their phones … Continue reading A Day in Monte Carlo: It’s Not Just Luxury and Grand Prix Memorabilia
Dear friend, we’ve been out of contact for a while, so I had the time I needed to think about myself. Do you remember when you told me we had to be together with ourself and be unhappy with what we didn’t have to be happy to live? I’ve always thought of those words. Consider it a testimony of what I have thought of you … Continue reading Dear Friend, I Am Writing To You
Sardinia, like any tourist resort in the world, is not experiencing at the moment a good time as far as tourism is concerned. Even in the city where you live, also if it is not a tourist place, you would have noticed that there are fewer people around. Restaurants, non-essential shops, even parks and riverbanks, are much less populated than last summer.Covid-19 influenced this summer … Continue reading Sardinia is like the Rolling Stones: Hard to Change and Hard to Die.
Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, travel in eastern Europe has become more manageable, and I enjoy the freedom and perks that freelance photography provides to you. In Warsaw, you remember very easy that you are in an ex Communist-controlled country, the architecture it’s the clear sign of it. As a photographer and I always used the best equipment I could but also the right music, … Continue reading Found something in Warsaw