I am starting today a long series about Shanghai’s enchanting and particular street life. After an unexpected life change and almost zero planning, I took the chance to meet China for the very first time. So for one week I had the privilege of being inserted in this town’s routine and to live it at its fullest. The result […]Read more "China: The hidden beauty of Shanghai streets (Part 1)"
Photo: Garibaldi train station – Milan, Italy (October 2014)Read more "Milan: Through the glass window"
Times Square, NYC (August 2014)Read more "New York: Leaving"
Previous posts on the series: Santorini Series (Gallery 1): When the sun begins to set in Fira – part 1 Santorini Series (Gallery 2): When the sun begins to set in Fira – part 2 Santorini Series (Gallery 3): Perivolos and Perissa Beach – the black sand beneath my feetRead more "Santorini (Gallery 4): Volcano and hot springs"
Previous post on the series: 1- Santorini Series (Gallery 1): When the sun begins to set in FiraRead more "Santorini (Gallery 2): Fira sunset – part 2"
The first part of my USA pictures has to have colors. New Orleans is such a happy and lively city that nothing could be better than the carnival to describe it. Pictures taken on August 5th during a pleasant walk on the French Quarter, New Orleans, LA.Read more "New Orleans: The colors"
Truth / Speed / Lightness / Flight / AscensionRead more "Venice: The seagull"
Pictures taken last weekend at a quick visit to the Mirabello port in the city of La Spezia. This is one of the most beautiful ports located in the Mediterranean sea, and is located in the region of Liguria, Italy. As usual, I haven’t shot the place itself, but its details.Read more "La Spezia: Last weekend"
That’s Venice on an ordinary Tuesday afternoon of June: sunny, warm, lively and unique. For the fact of being June, it’s yet not so full of tourists and it’s not so hot, which gives you the chance of exploring around without getting irritated. So if you want to pay Venice a visit and are not […]Read more "Venice: Tuesday"
Scrolling through this blog it’s not hard to see that I rarely feature portraits. I guess it happens due to two main reasons: 1- I prefer to focus in details (so, in this case, objects usually catch my attention first); 2- The most beautiful people I know are far from me (more specifically in Brazil). […]Read more "Brazil: My favorite smiles"
Pictures taken at a bike exposition during the Fuorisalone (Design Week) in Milan, Italy, April 2014. The exposition: Rossignoli Biciclette, ComunicareinEco / Biciclette Ritrovate (Rediscover Bicycles) The gentleman in the pictures is the creator of a clock made by bicycles’ pieces, which he was proudly showing during the showroom. With the sweetest smile ever, he gently accepted to be […]Read more "Milan: The bike workshop"
So beautiful and so young, my Canon 600D is gone. Yes, I know it sounds stupid but I lost her last Saturday inside a cab, in Bern. A friend told me “at least it happened in Switzerland and not in Italy, otherwise the chances of finding it would be even lower”… Well, either Swiss or […]Read more "And there she goes…"