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“What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.” ― Karl Lagerfeld I love holding a camera. It’s often the closest I get to living in the moment. And my skill as a photographer changes each time I snap a shot. As Henri Cartier-Bresson put it, “Your...
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Venetia author Tiziano Scarpa said: “Getting lost is the only place worth going to.” If you’ve been to Venice you know what I mean. It’s like mardi gras meets Harry Potter’s Hedge Maze from Goblet of Fire. I bet there have been people trapped here for years. Frida Giannini, Creative Director of the Italian fashion...
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Another in the series of The Italian Collection, this time presenting The Gondola Skateboard. This one was an easy inspiration. Venice remains one of the most magical places I’ve ever visited. And deep down, I always wanted to be a skateboarder. My dream professions? Skateboarder Chef (I have a section on Food) DJ (I already...
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The title of this post is inspired by the movie title, The Boys from Brazil – the football documentary, not the Nazi Science Fiction/Thriller with Gregory Peck. I’m in Brazil, I love soccer, and I’m kind of a kid. And there has been plenty of soccer. Every time I’ve seen a television, it’s featured lots...
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This is a fluff post. It’s for your viewing pleasure. It involves Flickr. And it features some of my favorite images I’ve discovered since joining Flickr in 2006. I’ve been using Yahoo! since 1999! Wow. So here are some my pick of the pics, in no particular order. Enjoy. I love this shot because I...
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I felt compelled to write tonight, but I was suffering from writer’s block – so I turned to Flickr and picked one of my sets. I immediately saw my Capri photos and figured it might make a good story. Kind of like the Cuba one I wrote recently. So here goes. I consider myself an...
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