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Caruggi are narrow, dark alleys typical of Genoa and towns on the Ligurian Sea.

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You know where they start, hard to predict where they take you…

Posted by lorenzoborghi on January 9, 2016
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  1. 01/9/2016

    Very nice series. I particularly like the fist one looking down the tunnel. It seems to have a lot of depth.


    • 01/11/2016

      Thank you! I included that tunnel picture in this alley series to stress the lack of depth of “caruggi”, which rarely show their end to the pedestrian.


  2. 01/9/2016


    As always, very nice pictures! These images would be great candidates for one object to be coloured. Say a sun color yellow! I bet it would enhance the entire picture. Of course as an armchair photographer, what do I know. The picture with the motorcycles at the top is my favorite! Thanks for sharing your work; keep them coming.



    • 01/11/2016

      Thank you Jim! Yes, most of whites here are yellow/ochre shades… how can you perceive colors in b/w pictures 🙂 ? This “single color” or “selected palette” I applied to the coming soon “Portofino’s palette” picture series… I am curious to see what you will think about it!

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      • 01/11/2016


        Not sure, but thought yellow would fit well. I am looking forward to your new picture series!



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