The Floating Piers

The Floating Piers

What would you do if your national team was playing an important football match and you lived in a country where football (soccer for you Americans) is akin to a religion? Well, I don’t know about you, but me and a couple of friends decided to go out and take pictures, instead of watching the match. What we wanted to …

Red rocks at Arbatax, Sardinia

Sardinia Off The Beaten Path

This land resembles no other place. Sardinia is something else. Enchanting spaces and distances to travel-nothing finished, nothing definitive. It is like freedom itself. — David Herbert Lawrence Many people see Sardinia as a small continent in itself, because of its unique variety of landscapes, wildlife, traditions, people and food. Interested in touring Sardinia with two experienced professional photographers? Then have a …

Tungeneset, Senja, Norway

Seeing the Unseen

It’s my first time to Norway and North of the Arctic Polar Circle and, of course, I had reasonable expectations to see the Northern Lights. Despite an unfavorable weather forecast, the skies have been clear for the past two nights. Forecasts for aurora activity were similarly dire, but they were unfortunately more accurate. The Northern skies looked completely black to …

Plitvice Lakes NP, Croatia

Photo Essay: Plitvice Lakes

The Plitvice Lakes National Park (Nacionalni park “Plitvička jezera”) in Croatia is likely the most popular tourist attraction of the country and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It contains 16 lakes, separated from each other by natural travertine dams that form a large number of waterfalls. Given its unique beauty and its popularity, it is unsurprising that the park is very crowded, …