Nature and Landscapes
Urban and City
Utah was one of the most amazing places I have ever seen - with all its national parks, the stunning landscape... This shot here was taken in the Bryce Canyon area, a national park where one can drive along with the car and stop every now and again to be presented with one amazing scene after the other. The place reminded me of some sort of keyhole as the arch resembles such to some extent. Who got the key?
As a coastal city, Sorrento (Italy) has dozens of beaches. I was there off-season, so there were no tourists at all - and in the evenings, some locals would gather along the coast and simply fish into the sunset.
It must be pretty amazing and soothing to be able to just walk to the beach in 10 min and then fish for an hour into sunsets such as this one. Some fisherman were alone, some in small groups, but there was no talk or chatter - only the water moving along the stones. I even felt like the noise my camera shutter made was too loud in this situation, so I just took some pictures and then decided to leave them in peace. I am sure there are enough months in the year where tourists make scenes like this simply impossible.
Sorrento is a beautiful little city along the Amalfi coast - which is the target for thousands and thousands of tourists every year. The city is not as "pretty" as many other small villages that you can visit along the coast (though it has its charm), but it is a great point to reach the rest of the peninsula from.
One day I decided to simply explore the city - no plan, no map, just go. The place is surrounded by a mountain landscape, so I ventured first through the city and then into the mountains, surrounded the city and entered again on the other side.
This picture here was taken very close to one of the many beach areas that Sorrento has to offer. You may know my images from Venice - I love these little streets that seem endless but offer rewards for those that are willing to follow it.