Walking with my Leica ...in town..

I love Walking around town, taking pictures of the real life of People and the Peculiar in the Moment. I don't build my photos. I take in the moment...

The darsena of MILAN. we can breathe an old Milan style in every corner among the typical backyard houses with their railings. In this district you can eat original Lombard food.

New architecture in Milan. Porta Nuova District and City Life District. a new business and residential centre Is evolving.

Porta Nuova - Milan

...hot Milan

City Life - Milan

...free time in City Life

...and happiness in Porta Nuova

Brera - Milan

When i walked through the city of ROME - and although I didn't know this town very well - I could breathe a historic atmosphere in every Corner, in every street, on every baroque square, in every renaissance cathedral...

Rome

.... Individuals

...different twins

...moments of solitude

S.Peter

...and more hidden corners

A perennial holiday atmosphere

Coliseum - Rome

VENICE - it's a whole different Story. The one and only, unrivaled worldwide. I walked along her canals and I saw a typical house with a landing to the canal, a boat and the great moisture of the wall....

Venice

...your taxi?...a boat! Awesome!!

A very aristocratic town, with a unique "Genius Loci"

Aristocratic people of Venice

"Venice is the most romantic place in the world but it's even better when there is no one around"...Woody Allen

Great Canal - Venice

If you walk around TURIN you cannot not see the magnificent architecture that characterized a brilliant period. From baroque to neoclassic, a period where G. Guarini built the most famous building in the centre of town, Palazzo Carignano or Palazzo madama, but also F. Juvarra the Architect of Savoy Kingdom, who built a lot in Turin, basilic of Superga, Stupinigi, Venaria Royal, and much more. Due to this Grandeur Turin was the 1st capital of the Kingdom of Italy from 1861 to 1865.

The Subalpin Gallery, a old gallery built in 1874 where we find the oldest caffe of Turin

Turin is full of galleries, a pardise for shopping and drinking ...

...but also social contrast...

...and magnificent architecture.

Superga

to be continued

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Claudio Oldrini
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