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New horizons

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!

1. Human footprint

2. Romantic mode on

3. Palette

4. Material Art

5. A day in pink

6. Changing skies

7. Blue lagoons

8. Alles paletti!

9. Surprise

 

Surprise!

Things do not always look like what they really are…

It’s a shark! It’s a man! It is …

[…]

Man on water

Wrong winds

A modern shepherd

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1. Human footprint

2. Romantic mode on

3. Palette

4. Material Art

5. A day in pink

6. Changing skies

7. Blue lagoons

8. Alles paletti!

Alles paletti!

Alles paletti is an obscure-origin, German way-of-saying meaning everything’s OK. Alles means all, paletti means sticks. All sticks!?

Chimneys from Sarroch industrial area

Real wooden paletti from Le Dune beach, Chia.

Street lamps protruding out of the citadel of Saint Remy, Cagliari.

Yacht masts in front of Cagliari city hall.

Electricity poles across the ponds of Santa Gilla close to Cagliari

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Previous episodes:

1. Human footprint

2. Romantic mode on

3. Palette

4. Material Art

5. A day in pink

6. Changing skies

7. Blue lagoons

Blue lagoons

From emerald greens to sapphire blues, the magnificent colors of Sardegna waters

38°52’44.4″N 8°51’15.3″E

38°53’42.2″N 8°48’50.2″E

38°54’47.8″N 8°46’50.9″E

38°52’36.2″N 8°51’21.4″E

38°53’34.3″N 8°49’40.5″E

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Previous episodes:

1. Human footprint

2. Romantic mode on

3. Palette

4. Material Art

5. A day in pink

6. Changing skies

Changing skies

A day along with changing clouds over Sardegna,

Sunrise aside Chia tower, 6 am

Stangioni de Su Sali, freshwater lagoon, 8 am

Stagno di Capoterra and windmill park seen from the State Road 195 Sulcitana, 2 pm

Faro di capo Spartivento (lighthouse), 6 pm

Storm over Domus de Maria, 11pm

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Previous episodes:

1. Human footprint

2. Romantic mode on

3. Palette

4. Material Art

5. A day in pink

A day in pink

From dawn until dusk with the flamingos in the salty waters of Chia’s pond. Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episodes:

1. Human footprint

2. Romantic mode on

3. Palette

4. Material Art

Material Art

From ancient caves to modern graffiti. A short walk through Sardinian Art

Inside the caves “Grotte Is Zuddas”: stalactites merged with stalagmites and cave flowers of aragonite carved since 600 million years ago

Giganti di Mont’e Prama (Oristano, Sardegna), the most ancient statues of the Mediterranean area carved around the XIII century b.C.

Nuragic warrior carrying a shield with 4 daggers, bronze of the Nuragic age (1600 b.C. to 900 b.C), Cagliari archeological museum

Ex voto (eye pain? headache?) from the Punic age (900 b.C. to Roman times): Cagliari archeological museum.

Graffiti, Cagliari

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Previous episodes:

1. Human footprint

2. Romantic mode on

3. Palette

Palette

Playing with pastel colors of South Sardegna

The dunes beach at Domus de Maria

Sunrise at Capo Malfatano

Walking along the lagoon of Nora

A ladder to heaven, Cagliari

Hills West of Cagliari

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Previous episodes:

1. Human footprint

2. Romantic mode on

Romantic mode on

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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Previous episodes:

1. Human footprint

Human footprint

This is the first episode of a photo series focused on shores and inland of the Southern areas of Sardegna. Covering a region between Cagliari (the regional capital) and Teulada, in the next weeks Lorenzo Borghi (photography) and Maria Francesca (editor) will report man-made and natural wonders of this side of the island. For the underwater side of this region, find here the previous episodes.

Human footprints is a photo series about large to almost invisible footprints, from the industrial harbor of Cagliari to Chia bay. Click each picture to zoom in.

Pipes in the sea of Sarroch industrial area for oil transfer to the local  refinery

A windmill park in the swamps located West of Cagliari

Sand castles on the beach of Cala Cipolla, Chia

Last tourists on the beach, Chia

The tower of Chia bay at sunset, behind a fresh water pond

Pictures show with Nikon D800 + 70-200 mm VRII f/2.8 or 16-35 mm f/4.

 

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