All Posts

ARoS Rainbow Panorama


RoadToStockholm

From my point of view the voyage was gathering material for my portfolio in a way closest possible to exploration, adventure, culture and fun. I had a pretty bad mood back in the days and
keep reading

Totem.


Photoday

Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2012.

dayONE: #Vipiteno


RoadToStockholm

I left home behind me, as the first batch of miles in what could be anything, a loner run or the very exploration I’m so desperately looking for. Italy left me a one hour traffic
keep reading

Does Canon care?


Blog

Honestly? I’m naive. Honestly? I thought Canon would have a much higher understanding of their customers and much more respect. Where the hell did I get this idea? Let me think about it. Got my
keep reading

to Build Houses.


Photoday

In this place, among this buildings, the inspiration from past… Create a school for art, for music, any human emotive expression. A place where grow next yo your own kind, struggling to grow and not
keep reading

Lights in distance, blending.


Photoday

Worth is the waiting, sometimes. The perfect spot, the perfect one, the perfect timing all converge, melting expectations to reality. Never what expected, still something to live by. 2012, Stockholm, Sweden.

In plain sight.


Photoday

The best way to find something you have no idea about is to leave the main, fast road behind yourself and pick the one you just passed by a second ago. The one in the
keep reading

Two minutes break.


Photoday

Gamla Stan, Stockholm.

Black Towers.


Photoday

Imagination’s furnace exceeding senses, Earth’s echoes fantasy scatter, no balance feeding sanity long lost, silence is waiting here. Dark standing figures have no haste measuring my breath.   Kayenta, Monument Valley, Arizona, United States.

Walking distance.


Photoday

2012, Stockholm, Sweden. Driven by unknown paths, outside noises fading to the water openings. All seems waiting, quietly, descending light never to vanish. So warm around me, so cold inside. I try to clear unwanted
keep reading

Back