Arriving in Camogli by train you encounter her at first as a somewhat non-descript Italian town. But as you descend into her streets, down to her heart, her quaint charm rises up to meet you. Continue reading Descending into the heart of Camogli: A photo walk
A coastal Italian town in winter may seem like an odd choice for our new home but we chose it nonetheless.
After two months in the busy bustling city of Genoa/Genova we were ready for a slower pace and after a late December day-trip to Santa Margherita we were sold. Continue reading Italian beachside ghost towns in January
I’ve been off the radar for a few weeks now and missed a few photo challenges so this one’s going to kill 2, no 3 birds with one stone!
Bridges can also be used for my delta challenge – after all aren’t bridges the perfect representation of transition. Both the bridges themselves and also the ideas that they represent. Continue reading Bumper challenge: a hodgepodge of bridges
The orderly chaos of Tokyo can be witnessed here at the famous Shibuya crossing. Intermittently this huge intersection – empty of people – filled with only passing traffic is transformed into a sea of orderly, fast-paced pedestrians.
It really is amazing to witness, something that just works against all odds. The movement of the people highlights the transient nature of such a place, nobody is here to stay – only here to wait until the next light sequence permits an escape.