I`m not particularly enjoying the humidity and the rainy day here in Tokyo, so my eyes tend to fall on blue skyes pictures more than usual. I`ll share this one and try to go on with the work I have to do 🙂
Today I`ve been going through the pictures I took in my latest trip in Sardinia and I`ve found so many shots I took the opposide direction of my main composition, that I though I`d share one.
When I`m on a landscape location I always look for the main composition at first, but then I keep my eyes around for other interesting things with my second camera. I have to say that there have been times that the “main-secondary” shot relationship was reversed ( but the time here in the picture wasn`t one …)
I may use the picture I got this time for my next exhibit in August so… you`ll forgive me if I only share the back 🙂
Place? paradise Sardegna, Golfo Aranci
It`s really hard to resist the temptation of filling the memory card with street shots when walking around in the center of Sardinia . Sometimes it feels like you`re back in time looking at old ladies dressed in black moving around the stunning streets of little villages.
Back to Japan I`ve started backing up my pictures. I took a lot in many stunning different locations, now I only have to hope not having made mistakes on the capture phase.
this one is literally the first picture on my camera. It`s the “corso”, the main street in the old city of Sassari.
What a wonderful night my hometown welcomed me with!
I was here only for a couple of hours last time. I was running through the city hoping not to miss the sunset from the spot I chose, but I couldn`t help to stop a few seconds to grab a snap of this beautiful square.
(the city is Verona , if you didn`t recognize it)
You cannot be immune to the style and elegance of a city like Torino , expecially if you are walking around with a warm evening light after a great lunch with two great artists and friends ( Mamo del Pero e Andrew Gram ) . From now on, when life will bring me close to North Italy, I`ve no doubt I`ll find time to walk again in these marvellous streets.
Here`s a nice symbol of abundance and nourishment from a trip that has indeed proved really fruitful to me. I took this in Pienza , Tuscany , while me and my pal Andrew Gram where trying to help our stomach to digest some wonderful food walking around the little town.
A couple of month ago I was with +andrew gram in the stunning Calcata Vecchia, in #Italy . We arrived there quite early (even too early) for the sunrise shooting, but all we found was a thick wall of nothing! The whole place was inside a huge layer of mist, so we had to wait hoping to be able to see something as soon as the sun made its appearance. In the meantime… 100mm macro out of the bag!
This is one of the pictures I have from that day. I hope you like it!