A photographer’s dream is not always easy to reach. Despite the effort made to plan everything carefully, maximizing the chances to find out the best spot and time to see a natural wonder, there is one more point to take in account: Mother Nature is always unpredictable. Continue reading
The Mauthausen–Gusen camp was one of the first massive concentration camp complexes in Nazi Germany, and the last to be liberated by the Allies.
This is the short story of my first hike in Austria, precisely in Upper Austria. Along the Danube, there is a very interesting spot that form a S curve and it is a natural gem. It is indeed worth a visit. Continue reading
This will not be a long article. Indeed, I have spend in London less than 24h, but thanks to Alice, I managed to still shoot some good stuff. There we go!
There are some places which have seen a lot of history. This is the case of Amiens and the Somme. The purpose of this post is to remember what has happend during the Great World War in those apparently peaceful locations. Continue reading
This is a very simple story. 1540 km in two days. 5 countries, 4 cities, 1 car, 2 people and 1 new camera. Canon EOS 5D mark III. These are my very first shots with the new camera, hence give me time to adapt, but still results seem quite good! Continue reading
This is what I call a completely new website! Continue reading