I’ve shot some Christmas pictures in the past years, and now that autumn is approaching its end and winter is arriving, I thought of showcasing a few photographic memories of the most abused festivity of the year. These pictures are scattered in time, space and photographic medium (iPhone, interchangeable lens …
Rules, regulations, do not, please do not, mind this, mind that. Well.
I was watching this photo on flickr of a tree trunk washed onshore, when I realised that I photographed several of them already, perhaps more than I wish to remember. Here are mine.
English winter requires the use of winter tires, but the English do not know it.
Zeiss Sonnar 135mm is a very good lens – not on digital, though.
Dealing with lenses soft in the corners
A photographic journey of how bizzarre an Italian see the English when at the seaside.
Rubbish and recycling bins seem to be part of the urban decor :-)
Circo: fotografie a colori ed in bianco e nero!