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Last day in the Dolomites after 3 workshops back to back in the Dolomites and Iceland. Going home tomorrow for few days, looking forward to share some of the new work with you guys. Stay tuned :)
Thanks everyone for the huge support, 90k is a lot step by step I might even reach 100k!
For the ones of you who care I spent last week in Iceland and I will be going back home in two days to guide another workshop in the Dolomites. I might release some new images in the next days so stay tuned
Happy family - the real owners of the park enjoying the view.
Moment before sunset in the Faroe Islands.
Summer Breeze ~ Dolomites.
Spent the last 3 days roaming around the Dolomites with some amazing clients. As always lots of fun and pictures! Going back home tonight after sunset and flying to Iceland tomorrow! See you on the other side guys
Yellow carpet - this is how summer looks like in the Dolomites... not too shabby right?!
Since the first moment I got into photography, I’ve seen National Geographic as something very "far away" but yet something I should try to reach.
That’s why today I’m super excited to share with you that one of my photos has won the third place of the 2018 "National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year” contest!
Hope you’ll enjoy the shot
Congratulations to the winner and other participants.
A collection from The Faroe Islands - the only place where I've seen waterfalls going uphill.
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No matter how much I plan before going somewhere, I always find my favorite angles by simply wondering around. It's the curiosity of discovering what's around the corner, behind the hill or down the valley that has always put me in front of something worth taking a photo.
We are just little dots in the universe and we should leave this world better than how we found it.
Can you spot my buddy Rafa from @photopills enjoying the sunset?
Cabin goals ... I could easily spend months living in one of those cabins.
Spending my days wondering in this huge meadow and enjoying the mountain life. After a while, I would eventually get used to sunrises and sunsets like this one.
Till then, I will just keep dreaming! Does anyone want to share an Airbnb with me?
A new shot from my recent trip to Seceda.
When @shainblumphotography and I left the carpark, the expectations were really low since the forecast predicted almost the end of the world Turned out that we had no rain but pretty amazing conditions for both sunset and sunrise. Can't complain