From the 16th century, what used to be the production space for dyeing wool became the garden of the villa that the Giusti family had built in the Veronetta district of Verona. Always cared for, it has maintained its original charm. In the photo, the entrance door seen from the courtyard of the Palazzo.
I remember waiting for the kids to change from their wet clothes after their ‘longkang’ fishing. As I was walking about and checking out the rooftop space at Bugis+, I saw all these shapes and lines. Whipping out my phone to take a shot was inevitable 😝
This was the magnificent view from the Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory in Maine, US. My vantage point of looking down on the bridge gave it a unique leading line into the horizon. I also loved the shadows in the water that hints of the actual construction of the bridge.
Capturing sunrise near the historic Mnjikaning Fish Weirs is a spiritual experience. This site contains the largest and best preserved wooden fish weirs known in eastern North America, in use from about 3300 B.C. It is a sacred place that represents an ancient and ongoing sacred bond between the Creator and all living things. Designated a national historic site of Canada in 1982.
Uetliberg, the local mountain of Zurich. I was very fortunate to witness sunrise early morning. The view is towards the mountains of the Canton of Glarus. The lake of Zurich is part of this wonderful morning view, too. This moment was very short but so very special. I’m very happy that I was able to photograph this very special image.
The "Provianda di Santa Marta", Verona, Veronetta district, is an Austrian barracks built between 1863 and 1865. More than a real barracks, it was a gigantic oven that produced bread and biscuits for the numerous Austrian garrison which at the time occupied Verona with 100,000 soldiers. After a long and beautiful restoration, today it houses some departments of the University of Verona.
Again Imsouane Morocco october 2022
Again the endless view
This Time i pictured the beautiful sky
The Birds are waiting for the Fisher men coming back from the sea, flying around them in a circle
You can just seat there observing them and relax
Simple pleasure are the best
A stone's throw from the center of Verona, in the former convent of San Francesco al Corso, in addition to the splendid "Cavalcaselle" Fresco Museum, there is a crypt with an uncovered sarcophagus in red Verona marble which according to tradition housed the mortal remains of the young Juliet Capulet. In reality it is all a staging, the sarcophagus is an old trough and certainly not the tomb of the Shakespearean heroine. But it doesn't matter: the place is well organized and entering it is exciting.