One photo a day
Summer. Late night. The sun will not set. No clouds. The wind is blowing and pushes the waves.
One photo a day
I took this sequence of photos at sunset on the island of Belitung, on the east of South Sumatra, Indonesia.
Blue morning at Kookoos Nest, Zamboanguita, Philippines
The last stage of our summer trip last July has been a ferryboat ride from Stockholm to Helsinki. We left Sweden at about 4pm and by sunset we arrived at the Åland islands. Not a single cloud. The colours were incredible.
Dedicated to my Zia Antonietta.
Was in Singapore a couple of weeks ago and went to Marina Bay to capture the last light of the day.
Was in Singapore for few days. It was the first time I stopped here and could walk around this city with my camera. On Sunday late afternoon I decided to go an walk around Little India.
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Was walking in the old streets of Batavia, the old part of Jakarta. It is a strange place. A different city with its old Dutch crumbling houses and ware houses. Looked up to the facade of one of those buildings and saw a beautiful model who was doing a photo shoot. For a moment she looked down to the street.
Green wall, a set on Flickr.
The green wall at the elementary school in Piapi, Dumaguete (Philippines)
Was trying to choose the weekly picture for my team in London. Could not choose between these tow. So for this week I post two photos. A couple of weekends ago I went back together with my family to the Kookoos’ Nest, 10km from Zamboanguita on almost the southern tip of the island of Negros where we live. The Kookoos’ nest is my favourite place in Negros.
Last Sunday took my bicycle and went up to to the mountain behind Dumaguete to go and see how have recovered the areas hit by the typhoon Sendong in December 2011. On the way up I saw this lady walking back home from a nearby market with a shopping bag. I liked her shiny red umbrella.
Hong Kong. Busy Sunday morning in Kowloon. Thousands of people walking in streets packed with electronics shops selling hundres of different smartphones models, Nikon and Canon cameras, lenses, TV sets, laptops, ipod, ipad, tablets. Iphones can be unlocked at the corner of the street. In all this a lady was writing using white sand on a red plastic blanket laying on the street’s asphalt. People stopped by, used their smartphones and took pictures of the lady who, I thought. was concentrated in something that seemed to belong to the past.