Every now and then I take the train from my hometown to visit Bologna aka “La Dotta” (the Savant) home of the oldest University in the world. Bologna is also known for its defensive towers (originally 180, now only 20) and its 38 kilometres (24 miles) of porticoes in the city’s historical centre (over 45 km (28 mi) in the […]Read more "Bologna la dotta"
Right before Christmas, I spent a whole day in Ferrara visiting my friends at Mobyt. Before meeting them, I visited downtown Ferrara during a very foggy and cold winter day. And to my surprise, I discovered a very old and calm town, full of history and narrow streets. Despite the cold I took many pictures […]Read more "Ferrara | silviacasaliphotography"
I am trying to understand how to take good pictures, spending time in learning how to post-produce them and then I see this very interesting pictures taken with a….garbage can transformed into a pinhole camera! ARGGGGGG!!!! For those of you who do not know what a pinhole camera is, further details are available at this […]Read more "The Trashcam Project"
Aka baton twirlers are disappearing in traditional Italian “feste del paese” (village festivals), I don’t know whether because they are very expensive to be hired or just because they are no more that “cool”. They are, indeed.Read more "Majorettes"