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Behind the curtain

Pictures shot in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Click each picture to zoom in.









La Métropole

Pointe-à-Pitre is the largest town of Guadeloupe. It is located on the eastern Guadeloupe island, named Grande-Terre. Guadeloupe island (aka the butterfly of Caribbeans) is indeed made of two main islands (wings), Grande-Terre and Basse-Terre, divided by a string of sea. Despite that fires, earthquakes, hurricanes and cholera have been afflicting the citizens of this town for the last 300 years, Pointe-à-Pitre is still there with its delicious, albeit decadent French colonial style. West from the central Place de la Victoire (victory on slavery, 1794) you find the modern commercial part. East of it there are artist areas, red-light districts and the modern Museum on Slavery.

If you are a photographer, keep it down when you move to the red-light district even in day-light. “F*ck you” sounds cute with a French accent but faces look still aggressive … not an area to visit by night, with or without camera equipment.

Historical five attics in downtown, desperately looking for renovation in Pointe-à-Pitre

A new,  mysterious main gate leading to where? in Pointe-à-Pitre

Street corner with the usual barred doors, West-side, Pointe-à-Pitre

Scrap materials shaped into a house, East end, Pointe-à-Pitre

Red light district, Pointe-à-Pitre

Tilted-Bar, East end, Pointe-à-Pitre

Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episodes:

1. My lady of Guadeloupe
2. Sea life of Gwada (Guadeloupe)

London spaces

8 hours in London might be many…or too few.

How much would I have liked to spend some time here.

Lost again

Cleopatra’s mummy, Rosetta stone, Hammurabi handwritten codes… 1 hour at the British museum

Cover Garden, best carrot-ginger soup I ever had.

Lost again, but in a colorful area. Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episodes: London get togetherLondon walkthrough

Bend it

Low tide at Stagno (pond) Notteri, Capo Carbonara

Via Giuseppe Manno, Cagliari

Spiaggia Timi Ama, Villasimius

Flamingos in Notteri pond, Villasimius

Giunco beach, Villasimius

Ancient graffiti along Cagliari streets

All pictures shot with Nikon D800 plus Nikon 50 mm 1.4G / 16-35 mm 2.8 / 70-200 mm 2.8.  Click each picture to zoom in.

1 Sardinia welcomes
2 Blues alla Carbonara
3 Summer greens
4 Barriers
5 Row, row, row your boat

Summer greens

Not only blues in Sardinia, all shades of greens prevail above and below sea level.

Chiesa dell’Immacolata Concezione, Barumini

Storm approaching Cala Santa Stefano, Villasimius

Ìsula de is Càvurus (island of the crabs in local language), on hike towards the light house (1856), Villasimius

A ship wreck (here the boat engine) on the sea bottom of Capo Carbonara, Villasimius

Bastione St Remy, Cagliari


All above water pictures shot with Nikon D800 plus Nikon 50 mm 1.4G / 16-35 mm 2.8 / 70-200 mm 2.8. Underwater pictures shot either with Huawei p30 pro or Olympus Though-1. Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episodes:

1 Sardinia welcomes
2 Blues alla Carbonara

Sardinia welcomes

Either because of its sandy beaches, deep blue seas, religious traditions, unique food choices, ancient history and rich cities, Sardegna will always call your memories back there. Just after you enjoyed it, and every time you will choose your next summer holiday location.

After rocky North-Western shores of S’Archittu du Cuglieri, jewels bays and industrial archeology of Nebida in the South-West and Chia sandy beaches in the South, this year came the time of Villasimius and the South East. Follow us in the next weeks and discover shores and trails in the area bordered by the Natural Marine Area of Capo Carbonara in the South and the rich archeological site of Su Nuraxi in the North, the multi-faced city of Cagliary towards West and Peppino’s sea rock East. Each time a different location, each time a different welcome: warm or shy, rich or poor.. but never disappointing. Editing by Maria Francesca, photography by Lorenzo Borghi.

Rusty gates in Porto sa Ruxi

Entrance to Giunco beach

Parrish stairs in Villasimius

The rich sea bottom of Cala Pira

On his front yard in Campolungu

All above water pictures shot with Nikon D800 plus Nikon 50 mm 1.4G / 16-35 mm 2.8 / 70-200 mm 2.8. Underwater pictures shot either with Huawei p30 pro or Olympus Though-1. Click each picture to zoom in.


Cash must flow for ever

With a concentration of 20 banks/financial institute per kilometer, the city center of Zurich whispers at everyone’s hear: invest, invest, cash must flow. From king-like palaces to anonymous front doors, from glass and aluminum modern buildings to marble stairs, here is a panorama in four episodes of Zurich investment landscape. Fourth and last episode: Cash must flow for ever.

Alantra, European Corporate Finance House of the Year 2019

Degussa goldhandel, The Whole Wide World of Precious Metals

Goldman Sachs Bank AG: investment banking, acquisitions, restructuring, risk management, debt and equity underwriting, mutual funds, financing, and advisory services

Beveco: Lösungen an in den Bereichen Management, Entwicklung und Beratung

Luzerner Kantonalbank, cantonal bank and the dominant retail banking group in the Swiss canton of Lucerne

Pictures shot in Zurich city center. Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episodes:

1. Cash must flow

2. Cash must always flow

3. Cash must flow again




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