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At home in the Aeolian Islands

Some time ago I was telling you about my holiday alone in the Aeolian Islands (see post). It’s an amazing place, not only because of volcanoes, caves, stone seashore, yellow earth, archeological remains, but also the villages and houses there … Continue reading

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Herculane: Disco days are over

Do you like deserted places, ruins, old houses? I do. They are surrounded with mystery, forgotten charm, old stories seem to come to live. But sometimes the ruins speak of decay, carelessness, poverty, oblivion, old age, death. They give you … Continue reading

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Rsources and inspiration #4: ‘Artists want to create art, not run a business’

Motto: Beginnings are hard. Transitions even more so. David DuChemin – Visionmongers. Making a life and a living in photography. In the monthly post with the theme ‘resources and inspiration’ from May, I was wondering what do I really have … Continue reading

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Let’s take the art in the street

Do you know that feeling that you have when you are on holiday, somewhere South (like Spain or Portugal, which I adore) and there is a bohemian atmosphere in the narrow streets and the small squares with beautiful old buildings, … Continue reading

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The photo project “The Readers”. The story behind the photo

Mrs. Gloria Gravina reading “Cuore di pietra” by Sebastiano Vassali Honestly, when I started my first photo project “The Readers“, the hardest thing seemed to approach somebody on the street, tell them about my project and ask them to be … Continue reading

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Resources and inspiration #3: What do I have to say?

Motto: People nowadays are hungry for love and for meaning (Nicolae Steinhart)* For this Friday I wanted write the monthly article about resources and inspiration. But this week I felt kind of uninspired. Yes, I know, it’s normal that this … Continue reading

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Nothing ever happens in Timisoara

* WordPress tells me this is my 100th post! I started this blog on the 14th of February 2009 and…I feel that I came a long way since then. Thank you all for following and encouraging me. And now the … Continue reading

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