HUNTING FOR ABANDONED PLACES | TIPS

May 22, 2016

Let me take you back to this day, when I decided to scout for abandoned locations in the Italian countryside… While on a trip to Italy, I decided to go on a hunt for those rare and creative places, full of life and yet so empty. One of my favorite aspects of urban photography is to capture those moments. After long hours of walking in Massa Lombarda and trying to communicate (in some kind of hybrid language between Spanglish-Italian-French) I finally found my way into a walk up apartment. Read the full story on Manfrotto Imagine More.

90 Year old, still gardening and full of energy. Although I couldn’t communicate with them, we connected. I was invited on the field and they let me take pictures. Photography is a universal languages and I am always amazed of how much it brings people together.

90 Year old, still gardening and full of energy. Although I couldn’t communicate with them, we connected. I was invited on the field and they let me take pictures. Photography is a universal languages and I am always amazed of how much it brings people together.

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