Posts from the ‘photography of people’ Category
Beyond them or just through them, when horizons are not borders anymore…
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This is the last episode of this picture series focused on South Sardegna. Click below from the previous episodes and thanks for following!
Love is in the air in every corner of Sardegna…
Carlo Alberto square, Cagliari, for a romantic ice cream by “Il quinto moro”
On the cliff path to Dead Cove, a romantic hideout close to Domus de Maria
The pink sky above Cipolla bay paints the sea pink, too
The sea in front of Capo Malfatano
A romantic sunset at Cape Spartivento.
What are the 2 lovers watching? A 20 km deep panoramic view from Cape Spartivento to Cape Teulada, in foreground Ferraglione and Padiglione and minor islands, Cape Malfatano and its tower in between. Panorama out of 16 pictures assembled with Hugin software.
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A day in Zermatt (Switzerland), up to Gornegrat.
In the cog-wheel train, waiting to reach the peak.
Here we are, his majesty the Matterhorn in the background
A short hike to admire the massive of Mount Rosa and its glaciers
A final selfie at lake Riffelsee
Shade against sunburns, waiting for the train down
Ni hao (hallo in Chinese) beats Grüezi (hallo in Swiss German). Click each picture to enlarge
In 2018, after my 7th Street Parade in Zurich, I wonder if they got younger or … Despite that, the same fascination and fun of seven years ago!
Off love mobile…
… on love mobile.
Along Zuri lake …
… for love …
… tolerance …
Long life to Street Parade Zurich, where love, tolerance and freedom are shared among its 1 million guests in the biggest Techno Parade on Earth. Click each picture to enlarge. Pictures shot with Nikon D800 plus Nikon 85mm f/1.8G (merci O.K.!)
Did you miss ZÜRCHER/IN the exhibition? ZÜRCHER/IN is a photography project created by ARTBorghi (Lorenzo Borghi and Maria Francesca) on the common people highly over-represented as bronze and granite statues in the city of Zürich, Switzerland. Just a few statues of prominents adorn this Swiss city, which is flooded by commoners mostly relaxing in their free time. Not all statues represent common people: gods decorate the streets of Zürich too.
In the book, available online, coordinates and maps will additionally help you in this art-quest.
Otto Münch, Mädchen im Wind (1935) / Einar Utzon-Frank, Aphrodite (1921)
Hermann Hubacher, Ganymed (1946) / Ivar Johnsson, David (1921)
Eduard Zimmermann, Waldmannbrunnen (1935) / Hermann Hubacher, Kniendes Mädchen (1928)
Emilio Stanzani, Merkur (1949)
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