Saturday 27 February 2010

Thursday 25 February 2010

Sunday 21 February 2010

More and more photo exhibition events...

...are taking place in Italy and photography is more seriously considered as a form of art.
Villa Pomini

Friday 19 February 2010

A little bit of Paris... the old part of the city of Varese, waiting for Spring

Wednesday 17 February 2010

A little drizzle...

...but the sun is trying hard on our beautiful lakefront

Monday 15 February 2010

When people are still asleep on sunday morning...

...I go around shooting (photos, of course)
People's Square (Piazza del Popolo)

Friday 12 February 2010

When different styles and colours...

...compose a beautiful square.
Piazza Giovanni XXIII
Alessandria, Piedmont

Thursday 11 February 2010

The dark shadows of the past...

...are still present: we must not forget.
1st World War Monument
Pallanza Verbania

Wednesday 10 February 2010

Tuesday 9 February 2010

Oh...take me home!

the ferry boat from Angera to Arona

Sunday 7 February 2010

The simple beauty of hidden historical corners...

...forbidden for cars. Just the sound of footsteps.
in front of Arona

Friday 5 February 2010

Sunlit slices of history

The "Basilica di San Gaudenzio" in Novara was built between 1577 and 1690.
The inside contains magnificent works of art of great artistical and historical value worthwhile a visit

Wednesday 3 February 2010

An early sunday afternoon stroll...

... through the centre
Novara, the capital city of our Province.

Tuesday 2 February 2010

Apart from the lake...

...we also have this at 30 minutes distance from Arona. We went there last saturday at noon for a few hours. Wonderful thick snow, ideal for skiing. Temperatures? About - 3° Celsius. Silence? Yes, total silence! Just the sound of skis sliding over the snow. Unfortunately the snow lasts there for only two, maximum three months, because the area is subject to the influence of the mild lake climate. But all the same...not bad!
Mottarone, 1.180m 

Monday 1 February 2010

Right against the morning light... where I point my camera often.
Lake front, Verbania