Posts from the ‘photography of people’ Category
Casa Zapata museum: the historical palace of the Spanish Zapata family above, a Nuraghe village from 1,500 BC beneath
Faithful paparazzi at Santa Maria procession, Villasimius
Historical graffiti sprayed on the Church Of The Holy Sepulcher, Cagliari
Global warming consequences at Punta Molentis Beach
The night fell on the 6 km long Santa Maria procession in Campolongu
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.
This is the final post of this picture series “Sardinia welcomes” about Villasimius and surrounding areas, Sardegna, Italy. Edited by Maria Francesca and pictured by Lorenzo Borghi. Click below for previous episodes:
1 Sardinia welcomes
2 Blues alla Carbonara
3 Summer greens
5 Row, row, row your boat
6 Bend it
7 Walk on ancient rocks
8 Under landscapes
9 Team Players
10 Big fishes
11 A dream of you and me
12 Sardinia Zen
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.
Every 25 years (!) the Fête des Vignerons takes place in the arena of Vevey. In addition to the wonderful evening show (no pictures allowed…), actors and musicians flood the town at every show break. An experience not to miss.
Click each picture to zoom in and feel the Fête des Vignerons 2019.