There is a place up in Donegal that always surprises me for its beauty and wilderness. The coastline is fabulous, you can walk for hours both North and South along gorgeous cliffs and sea stacks. Still I haven’t managed to come home with a shot that makes it justice. Last weekend also the guys fromContinue reading “An Port – Donegal”
For a change, a picture that brings me back to Venice, my hometown. It has been a while since I had the opportunity to take some photographs of its beauty and I’m starting to look forward to visiting it again next spring. If you happen to be in Venice with your camera, you’ll be surelyContinue reading “Gondolas at St. Mark’s Square”
Dear fellow photographers, finally we were blessed with a gorgeous sunny day here in the north west of Ireland. After weeks of rain and wind, it’s really something, and even less excuses not to take your camera out. This week image is one of the simplest composition I can think of. There is barely aContinue reading “Mullaghmore at Dusk – Ireland”
Here we start with our mini photographic guide to Madeira. Ponta de São Lourenço is one of the most photographed seascape of this fantastic Island. It is the most eastern part of Madeira and juts out into the Atlantic ocean with its volcanic rock formations offering an amazing opportunity for a hike or for aContinue reading “Ponta de São Lourenço – Madeira”
Just Landed in Madeira! After a few hours I’m already in love with this beautiful island. Really looking forward to exploring it during next week, finding as many photographic spots as possible and sharing them with. If you fellow photographers have any suggestions they are more than welcome!
Going back home soon. I’ll be there only for a couple of days, so I’ll have to choose carefully what to photograph.. St. Mark Square can’t be left out I guess!
This impressive sea stack really looks as a sort of rocky platform rising from the ocean. All those clearly distinct layers of rock and its sharp edges gives it a robotic touch that makes it even more fascinating. I tried a long exposure to make the rock stand out more from the ocean, so toContinue reading “Dun Briste – Downpatrick Head”
What a start today! Not exactly the smoothest possible.. I woke up at 5 am to try and catch the sunrise at Shrove beach, but the door of my hotel was locked and nobody was around to open it. I went back to my room, got out from the window (thank to my girlfriend whoContinue reading “Fanad head”
I still find it simply amazing to think that every day we have two magic moments. I’m talking about the two magic hours which take place daily, around sunrise and sunset. What gives that magical feel is actually the light. And not only it’s possible to enjoy that magic atmosphere in real life, it’s alsoContinue reading “The Golden Hour in Photography – The Giant’s Causeway”
No matter if you are a travel photographer or an enthusiast tourist, nobody is happy to go back home with just a bunch of dull pictures. It’s quite frustrating to look at those images and realise they don’t reflect the emotion and the atmosphere you experienced in that particular moment. Still, this is a veryContinue reading “The Giant’s Causeway – Plan for It!”
Hello fellow photographers! Let’s start the year with one of the most iconic place in Ireland: the Giant’s Causeway, rightfully considered one of the greatest natural wonder in the United Kingdom, and a world heritage site by UNESCO, located on the north coast of Northern Ireland. This incredibly peculiar natural structure owns its origin toContinue reading “The Giant’s Causeway – Northern Ireland”
The Old Seven Mile Bridge offers one of the most memorable walk or short bike ride ever. If you are visiting Florida, you probably wouldn’t miss the famous Overseas Highway, a 127.5 mile (205.2 km) highway carrying U.S. Route 1 (US 1) through the Florida Keys. I took this picture at sunset from the northernContinue reading “Sunset over The Seven Mile Bridge”