Monthly Archives: August 2011

Even if it’s not sharp, I choose this image.

To choose the best image between two similar ones, just ask yourself one simple question: “Which of the two images is more useful for achieving my objective?” Cathedral Square in Milan: an event is taking place in the square, it’s … Continue reading

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In the temple of Lamas of Beijing.

Somebody left a yellow hat on a cushion under the altar..no! is an offer by Tsongkhapa, the founder of the order! The same hat (a half spiral made by yellow wood) wich decorates the gold head of Bodhisattva. While I’m … Continue reading

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Postcards no, photographs yes.

When you walk through the streets and squares of historic cities, you’ll probably comeacross picturesque corners that are also the subjects of postcards in local kiosks. My advice is very simple: do take photographs, don’t make postcards. Try to find … Continue reading

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The red beauty of Al Qasr.

I’m in Al Qasr, old town in the Egyptian haven of Dakhla. In evidence on the terrace of a house made by uncooked bricks as 6000 years ago, a Koran and a receiver dish. On the cart pulled by a … Continue reading

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