Here Comes the Sun

🎶 Little Darling, it’s been a long and wet November.🎵🎶 ☔️🌦🌧⛈🍁🍂🎶🎶 Here comes the sun Here comes the sun, and I say It’s all right Little darling, it’s been a long cold lonely winter Little darling, it feels like years since it’s been here Here comes the sun (doo doo doo) Here comes the sun, […]

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The Thing About Selfies …

SELFIES AND SMART PHONE PHOTOGRAPHY The smartphone woke up the photographer in all of us! And there are a lot of “us” out there! Ever since cell phones started coming with a camera, the most popular thing to do has been to take a selfie, a picture of yourself, and post in on Instagram, Twitter, and/or […]

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“Who’ll Stop The Rain”

Long as I remember The rain been comin’ down… It has been raining incessantly for more than a week! Venice is under water—but that is not news—though I hate when tourist rejoice at the chance of an extra pic with “reflections.” Venice has no need for “extra” reflections to shine; unfortunately each “acqua alta” occurrence […]

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Venice in Darkness

In Venice one can’t stop taking pictures, so many are the spectacular views, and photo ops that present itself to the first-time visitor and the frequent traveler as well. An evening with a little rain, becomes a very special occasion. There are fewer people walking around, therefore it seems that even if briefly Venice is […]

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Photogenic Italy

Wherever you are in Italy, if you like photography you don’t really need to be in Florence, Venice or the Amalfi Coast. Any small town can surprise you with its architecture, lovely corners, or landscapes. Just walk around with eyes wide open.  

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Keeping the Memories 9/11

On a summer day of July 2001, I took the boys to the Statue of Liberty in NYC. I saw a photo op and ask them to stand up and snapped this picture. When I turned around I saw the NYC landscape and thought it was a nice shot. Back at home when I looked […]

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Lazy Days of Summer

Photographing summer between heatwaves and terrifying thunderstorms, they are typical of northern Italy, but that doesn’t mean that I am used to them. 😳 Sometimes they are accompanied by hail and strong winds. The ensuing damages are remarkable on crops and wine production expectations. Luckily it does happen often at night time, leaving the morning […]

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