Before moving to Milan (Italy), some years ago, my photos were focused on landscapes. The city of Milan, with its new buildings, inspired me to start to take photos of architecture. But I wanted to experiment, not only take photos of buildings, so I started this series, which is a combination of architecture and abstract. It's not important which building is it, but what it conveys to the viewer.
Before moving to Milan (Italy), some years ago, my photos were focused on landscapes. The city of Milan, with its new buildings, inspired me to start to take photos of architecture. But I wanted to experiment, not only take photos of buildings, so I started this series, which is a combination of architecture and abstract. It's not important which building is it, but what it conveys to the viewer.
Yellow doors
Yellow doors
This photo is probably one of my favorite photos. I took it in my native land: Sicily. The church on the hill is Tindari, in the province of Messina.
This photo is probably one of my favorite photos. I took it in my native land: Sicily. The church on the hill is Tindari, in the province of Messina.
This view of Florence (Italy), where I lived for 8 years, has always fascinated me. Then, some weeks before leaving the city, I decided to use a tripod and spend a couple of hours looking for the best shot. Dedicating time to a photo is one of the things I love most: taking care of it from the shot to the publication. In this case, I dedicated time to the shot and to one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
This view of Florence (Italy), where I lived for 8 years, has always fascinated me. Then, some weeks before leaving the city, I decided to use a tripod and spend a couple of hours looking for the best shot. Dedicating time to a photo is one of the things I love most: taking care of it from the shot to the publication. In this case, I dedicated time to the shot and to one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Capri
Capri
Aperitivo
Aperitivo
It's called "Kisses #3" because it's the third photo of a series where the main theme is the kiss. I took photos of kisses in Italy and I took this photo while I walked through the streets of Naples (Italy). In my perspective, what makes it special is the flyer with the heart in the background.
It's called "Kisses #3" because it's the third photo of a series where the main theme is the kiss. I took photos of kisses in Italy and I took this photo while I walked through the streets of Naples (Italy). In my perspective, what makes it special is the flyer with the heart in the background.
Kisses #4
Kisses #4
I took this photo in the first year I lived in Florence, during the spring. In my perspective, spring is the best season in Florence: the temperature and weather are good, and the nature invades the most beautiful renaissance city of the world, with its plants and trees.
I took this photo in the first year I lived in Florence, during the spring. In my perspective, spring is the best season in Florence: the temperature and weather are good, and the nature invades the most beautiful renaissance city of the world, with its plants and trees.
Crepuscular Florence
Crepuscular Florence
Before moving to Milan (Italy), some years ago, my photos were focused on landscapes. The city of Milan, with its new buildings, inspired me to start to take photos of architecture. But I wanted to experiment, not only take photos of buildings, so I started this series, which is a combination of architecture and abstract. It's not important which building is it, but what it conveys to the viewer.
Before moving to Milan (Italy), some years ago, my photos were focused on landscapes. The city of Milan, with its new buildings, inspired me to start to take photos of architecture. But I wanted to experiment, not only take photos of buildings, so I started this series, which is a combination of architecture and abstract. It's not important which building is it, but what it conveys to the viewer.
Kisses #2
Kisses #2
Kisses #1
Kisses #1
Peppers in Mallorca
Peppers in Mallorca
Over the window
Over the window
Vain cloud
Vain cloud
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