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Category Archives: Photography
When I walked the West Highland Way in Scotland this summer, I couldn’t have known that it’s possible to experience one week of almost non-stop beautiful weather in Scotland. Therefore I had not brought my sleeping bag and had booked … Continue reading
In case you can’t decide which of the forces of nature you like most, I have combined them all in this one shot which I took during a hike along the west coast of Lipari:
When you walk or drive along Via Giuseppe Garibaldi in Messina, a wide road running parallel to the shore and the port, you could at first sight believe that there is another row of multi-storey buildings behind the ones you’re … Continue reading
(photographed in Messina, Sicily, Italy in October 2013)
Well, I may have found it for you: (Seen in somebody’s garden behind the train station in Rometta Marea.)
This is to all the doubters who believe that James Bond films are unrealistic fiction: they are not, and if you walk through the world with open eyes and an open mind you will see evidence from time to time. … Continue reading
One practical advantage of living in Sicily is that after doing the laundry, the clothes dry quickly thanks to the wind and the sun. But it’s a tough job to put up the clothes line between one part of the … Continue reading
… at least not if you are a photographer. (Photos taken in Rometta Marea in Sicily on 16 October 2013.)
When I was a child, I used to run outside and play when it was stormy and rainy. I loved thunderstorms and fierce winds. The worse, the better. Later, as a young adult, when it stormed and rained, I was … Continue reading
(Photographed in Rometta Marea in Sicily on 16 October 2013.)