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Fly me to the moon

Some can fly but not high enough

Some slide on a sun ray

It looks like the moon but it’s not

Who can fly me to the moon?

Fly me to the Moon, Ganymede

Pictures shot on lake Zurich. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

Subscapes

Red sponges in a rock crack

Sand worm cones

Granite ladders

A lawn of Acetabularia, a single giant cell algae.

A rusty anchor with unknown red beings in foreground

Picture shot underwater with Olympus Tough1. Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episodes:

Destination: the Holy Mountain

Modern Greeks

Under Your Protection

Radial symmetries

Old and New Thessaloniki

Lines of horizon

Peeping where Hera spurted her milk

Signs

Pinned

What lives beneath

Human presence

Aliens

Crowded

Mankind

Same same but different

Monet reloaded

Pictures shot in Feuchtbiotop Langensegen. Click erach picture to zoom in.

 

 

My Milano underwater II

Pictures shot on the rainy streets of Milano, Italy. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

 

My Milano underwater I

Pictures shot on the rainy streets of Milano, Italy. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

 

 

 

The other sea

Pictures shot along the shores of Neuchatel lake, Switzerland. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

 

 

 

 

Sardinia Zen

Past visions and memories of this wonderful land placed in the middle of the Mediterranean sea.

The shores of Cala Santa Caterina, Villasimius

Castello della Marmilla on the mountain cone of Las Plassas

Infinity pool at Campolongu

A shallow ford to Peppino’s sea rock, Santa Giulia, Costa Rei

The sunset seen from Cala Santo Stefano, Villasimius

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.

Previous episodes:

1 Sardinia welcomes
2 Blues alla Carbonara
3 Summer greens
4 Barriers
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

Blues alla Carbonara

The Natural Marine Area of Capo Carbonara was established in 1999. It consists of white sandy beaches, shallow waters, Posidonia oceanica prairies and granite rocks. All ingredients contributing to the shades of blue you can dive and snorkel in.

Timiama, Villasimius

Porto Giunco, Villasimius

Punta Molentis Beach

Cala Santa Stefano, Villasimius

Porto Giunco beach (front), Stagno Notteri (center) and Campolongu (back), shot from Torre di Porto Giunco, Villasimius

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.

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1 Sardinia welcomes

Looking for directions

Click each picture to zoom in and find a direction. Pictures shot between Vevey and Lavaux at the shores of lake Geneva, Switzerland.

Splashes of colors

 

 

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