Chain letter…

I usually avoid chain letters but when a good friend of mine tagged me on Facebook requesting to post 7 B&W photos of my daily life, no people, no explanation, I decided to follow. Results are shown below. It has been a funny exercise, requesting some diligence and commitment. From time to time, constraints prove to be source of creativity. 

Time for silence

I visited the beaches of the D-day in French Normandy. Most of the museums provide for an interactive experience with lots of objects and dummies starring as if they were real. 

There are a number of photos, a few colour ones. These latters seem so recent and actually the events took place only two generations ago: I still remember my grandmother talking about the war. 

Many other photos picture young soldiers who, one side or the other, gave up their life. A total waste in the name of freedom / power. The sing of the seagulls fills the silence. 


I am not good enough to keep a live blog; will try to give irregular updates about my activity and what I see in the world of photography. Hope you will enjoy!

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