A mountain range in northeastern Italy that belongs to the Southern Limestone Alps. In 2009, they were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The color of the limestone at the early morning or at the sunset, the shape of the mountains and the idyllic valleys and lakes are an inexhaustible source of inspiration.
Coastal lines formed by the endless struggle of the elements. Places that were once considered the end of Earth (i.e., Finisterrae). Places were even the most experienced sailors suffered hard times. Shorelines with beautiful lighthouses, the last resort to guide lonely sailors during the dark hours.
Geometry fascinates me. I am search for compositions that shows interesting arrangements of of lines, curves, surfaces and light or color contrasts. It includes a collection of architectonic buildings and structures that depict such geometric compositions or monuments that have historical meaning.
Photographies of objects that have captured my attention. It includes macro photography.
Rightfully, Susan Sontag (On Photography, p.15) said:
"Photography is an elegiac art, a twilight art. Most subjects photographed are, just by virtue of being photographed, touched with pathos"
A collection of photographies of landforms, valleys, cliffs, lakes, rivers that show the beauty of the planet in which we live. These images depict the the result of millions of years of evolution and the interaction of the physical laws. In a simple sentence: they show how Nature is.
A collection of photographs depicting physiographic features that are part of the water cycle on Earth. Not only water bodies like rivers, lakes, glaciers, wetlands, seas, but also snapshots depicting a hydrologic process, for example a thunderstorm.