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Get front row at “Berg und Tal”, the up-coming ARTBorghi photo-exhibition

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Tired of people blocking the view? Join the opening of the new ARTBorghi photo-exhibition!

When: 29th of September 2016, this Thursday, at 6 pm

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Where: Sihlquai 125: reach Limmatplatz (several bus / tram choices) and then 5 minutes on foot

Looking forward to seeing you there!

 

Cagliari: the other postcards (shedding lights)

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Lights of Cagliari for new paths. Click each picture to enlarge.

Cagliari: the other postcards (human touches)

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homesick

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walks of life

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the legs of the mother

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.. a(e)nd?

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Human touches in the streets of the citadel of Cagliari. Click to enlarge.

Cagliari: the other postcards (oddities)

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Cafe’  shelter

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Belvedere / overlook

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Rodigliani

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Searching for company

Pictures shot in the city center of Cagliari. Click to enlarge

Obsession Pan-di-Zucchero

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Pan-di-Zucchero (Sugar Bread) is a 133 meter-high limestone rock in the sea of Nebida, South West Sardegna.

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Once a mine of lead and silver, nowadays a climber paradise.

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And a sight magnet at every hour of the day.

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Pictures shot from the locations of Masua, Porto Corallo and Porto Flavia. Click to enlarge.

All the colors of water: Sulcis

The Sulcis region in the South-West of Sardegna (Italy) is pointed with rocky coves, industrial relics popping out of the seashores and crystal clear waters. Have a view on all the colors of water below.

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Blue waters of Bobbe beach, San Pietro island.

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Gold and emerald in Porto Paglia (Fluminimaggiore) and Torre Canai (Sant’Antioco)

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Porto Flavia mines out of the cliffs (look for the tower) in Masua and Nebida industrial remains just ashore.

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The depths of Punta banda (Nebida) and Tueredda beach (Chia).

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Transparencies of Canale Cala Lunga (San Pietro)

Pictures shot with Olympus TG-1 while gladly snorkeling Sardegna warm seas. Click each picture to feel the water .

Traces of Industrialization in Canton Glarus: the upcoming ARTBorghi photo exhibition

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In Canton Glarus (Switzerland), narrow valleys and mountain peaks are the natural background to dozens of high-tech and traditional industries. Flat, geometric surfaces of metal and concrete hiding the landscape from the sight are far from being alien to the place:  instead, they decorate it for hundreds of years. Industrial buildings often comprise large transparent surfaces, either glass windows or see-through structures: this mirroresque game merges natural and man made landscapes, which become indistinguishable one from each other. Industrial tools and products, steel bars and concrete pipes pop up from grass fields and courtyards in every corner of the valleys, again witnesses of the productivity and labor of Glarnerland. These activities are constantly carried on inside new and old walls, such as in Eternit of Niederurnen and many others.

From 29.9 (6 pm) to 9.10.2016 (6 pm) I will take part of a collective photo exhibition in Zürich. My thema Berg und Tal depicts what is on the top (mountains) and on the bottom of the valleys in Canton Glarus. Come to Photobastei for the vernissage or finissage to meet the photographers! Click on the flyer for more info (in German) or just write me at artborghi@gmail.com

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