Not so far away from the lively and touristic cities of Osaka and Nara there’s a region that enshrines some of the most important and ancient treasures of Japan: the Kii peninsula.
Sardinia is an italian island which boasts many unique traits: besides the rich culture and the ancient megalithic edifices, it’s still possible to find the wild and pristine nature, both in the backcountry and in the coastlines. In this blog post I’ll show you the magic of sunset in Capo Pecora cliff.
Yesterday the winners of the Monochrome Awards 2015 have been announced and I’m pleased to find my photo “Meoto Iwa” awarded with an Honorable Mention!
I’m glad to see that this work of mine obtained for the second time, after the last ND Awards 2015, an official recognition in an international event and this fuels my enthusiasm in putting more and more dedication in my projects. I’d like to thank all those who support me.
If you travel in Italy by car, you have to keep in mind one important thing: avoid the motorways/tollways. Just by taking a country road, Sara and I found ourselves in the fairytale forest of Mount Amiata.
Italy is a country so much rich of natural and artistic hidden gems that rushing through a motorway to reach the destination will preclude you from discovering the majority of them. So, during our outward journey to southern Tuscany, we took the slower and longer route that led us through Mount Amiata, in which I’ve found the perfect conditions for taking some nice shots.