Models: Cats of Orte, a small town in Central Italy near Viterbo and Rome.
Reportage of a sunny and relaxing day on the snow. Fourth and last post about strange things seen during this amazing trip in Val di Luce.
Ice breaking teeth of a snow removal machine
Conversation between two ski helmets…
What? A sand bucket?!
A warm bath?
See you next time – it’ll be your turn on the ski, baby… so say goodbye to your camera!!!
Reportage of a sunny and relaxing day on the snow. This post is dedicated to people and their interaction with skiing tools and the nature.
Learning to snowboard
Together is better
Yes, we had hot temperatures on that day!
Hard life… Ok, now let’s go for a drink…
Or maybe let’s take a nap and go sunbathing… (I think she was the most photographed subject of the day)[to be continued...]
To previous post A day on the snow 1 – Nature & Places
Reportage of a sunny and relaxing day on the snow. The place is called Val di Luce, in Northern Tuscany (Italy), near Abetone. Some pictures of this lovely skiing location…
Mountains on the left
One of the ski lift facilities. And two people on the top??
Mountains on the right. At sunset clouds were drawing a rainbow.
Small river into the forest…
[to be continued...]
It’s strange, when I visit a museum my feelings are fighting and I fear of taking photographs (when it is allowed) and rarely I do it. I don’t like stealing visions so freely. But this time, at Tate Modern, something changed, or maybe it was just a matter of WHERE I was and WHAT I saw.
This time I wanted to capture the interaction between people and art pieces.
This picture is a perfect window on my photography dreams. I wanted to capture people standing, alone or not, inspired by certain cinematographic scenes, in order to represent the individuality of human beings even into a close group. And that’s the result.
Painting & sculpture linked.
Personally, I dislike the way photographs are exhibited into museums, but this is a long story…