This is a mix of heterogeneous shots, randomly taken in different parts of the world, that don't belong to any series, or that I didn't want to include in other series, therefore they're free, foot loose.
Mediterranean Pine Tree Shadow
What I truly love about this picture in particular it's the fact that street photography is so unpredictable and full of surprises. Even the most boring location can unexpectedly turn to be a source of wonder. This time I was lucky to be there at the right time, on the right day. And with my eyes and mind open.
A Loving Family
In Athens there is this place where they make fresh juices, squeezed from real fruit, whose cost is derisory. At the top there is a billboard that says:
The idea for the creation of this store, and the way it functions, bloomed within the financial crisis and relies on the notion of "helping each other”. Its name, “Loving Family", wasn’t a random choice. It reminds us that within a crisis we should support each other and become one big happy family in order to survive. Just at first glance, you realize that the prices in this store are incredibly low and the products are top quality. We have minimized our own profit to support you and all we ask in return is your support to keep us going.
PS: I love Greece and its people.
Although it might look a glimpse from some wild countryside, this bucolic landscape is right down the road from where I live. It’s the Ponte Vecchio bridge, over the Aniene, the second river in Rome.
Indeed, it’s one of the two oldest bridges in what once was suburban Rome, at the times of ancient Romans. So old that when Charlemagne crossed it, that bridge was already 1.000 years old.
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