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Il rapace

Il rapace by Daniele

Posted on 2018-12-02

Uccello rapace forse un falco, non sono uno specialista delle foto in movimento, quindi di uccelli o di altri animali, ma visto quasi che si fosse messo in posa per me io l' ho accontentato.

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ind 02

ind 02 by Massimo Fiorentini

Posted on 2017-11-16

this is a old factory called "Magazzini Generali". I s dismiss factorys in Ravenna dock.
This is nocturne shot of silos.
I love old factorys

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Snowy day

Snowy day by Paolo Agati

Posted on 2019-02-14

The only snow of this winter in Trieste, until now. A cold and snowy day, with snowflakes flying almost parallel to the ground, making your umbrella definitely useless. And the day after the snow was gone...

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Firenze by Jaya

Posted on 2018-11-11

I post this photo on FB some days before to post it on Aminus3: a friend's comment was: "Tell us the story, please." What I did: have a look please!

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la mer

la mer by flo

Posted on 2018-10-27

Une fraîcheur, de la mer exhalée,
Me rend mon âme... Ô puissance salée !
Courons à l’onde en rejaillir vivant.

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How I know I'm human

How I know I'm human by Jaya

Posted on 2018-02-28

How I know I'm human

Take only photos, steal only time, leave only footprints. ~ anonymous

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italy, bellagio, evening, ferryboat

the blue hour by Franz

Posted on 2017-01-21

from my trip to Northern Italy in April 2016

The blue hour - the evening of a rainy day in Bellagio on Lake Como. We were waiting for the car ferry to take us across the lake, back to our hotel.

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In cammino

In cammino by Wayra

Posted on 2016-05-09

Amore non è guardarci l'un l'altro, ma guardare insieme nella stessa direzione.
(Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)

Love is not looking at each other but in looking together in the same direction.

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Questura di Roma

Histoire d'ombres by Jean Fraipont

Posted on 2016-02-13

Souvent, l'oeil est attiré par l'éclairage des fenêtres qui laissent imaginer la vie derrière elles. Ici, c'est une analogie de tons et un dialogue entre intérieur et extérieur qui m'a fait déclencher.

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Puglia Italy Hanging Women

STrung Up by grouser

Posted on 2015-05-05

We came across these curious hanging women in every small town we visited in the heel of Italy. The only thing we could establish about them is that they would hang there until Easter (These were taken back in February)

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Catania by Night 01

Catania by Night 01 by Nitin

Posted on 2015-03-31

Walking along the streets of Catania at night you were wrapped in the orange glow, in the soft, tender breeze and in a mysterious aura of the city, which only a few hours ago at this very location was filled with people and noise and an array of activities.

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Fridays For Future

Fridays For Future by Jaya

Posted on 2019-04-12

Trieste is a small city in the north-east Italy. It's been a crossroad mostly because of his port and the fact of being a border place, where common people was used to speak italian, german, slovene and croatian. A countryside at the centre of two world wars with millions of dead. A city whose people has been defeated by nationalisms, the closing of factories and pollution. This shot: march 15th,2019, Fridays For Future. People alive!

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Every Child a Miracle

Every Child a Miracle by Jaya

Posted on 2018-12-25

I took this shot at a bus stop and I've chosen it for Xmas because of a long date feeling I carry inside and that I expressed with the title: "Every Child a Miracle". How easier could be Life if we didn't forget.........

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latteria sociale

latteria sociale by flo

Posted on 2018-05-18

Nel 1937 lavori di ristrutturazione. Dopo la seconda guerra molti scelsero l’emigrazione, la vita di operaio. L’allevamento dei bovini fu sempre più abbandonato con la conseguenza che il bosco spontaneo lentamente riconquistò i pascoli ed i prati erbosi sul monte di Ragogna. I colpi più duri per le latterie sociali e turnarie e per la loro produzione artigianale, vennero dal susseguirsi delle direttive europee per l’agricoltura, sempre più orientate alla grande produzione. Tutti fummo

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La ville ensevelie

La ville ensevelie by mo.langel

Posted on 2017-09-01

Le 24 août 79, une violente éruption du Vésuve provoque l'enfouissement de la riche cité romaine de Pompéi sous une pluie de cendres volcaniques. La chute des cendres continue jusqu'au 27 août.
Les fouilles du xvIIIe siècle ont permis d'exhumer une cité florissante, dans un état de conservation inespéré. Lors de cette éruption, Pompéi comptait 25 000 habitants.

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Musée Barberini Roma

Le visiteur by Jean Fraipont

Posted on 2016-09-14

Les musées sont souvent captivants par la lumière qui joue un grand rôle dans la présentation des oeuvres, comme à la Galerie Barberini (Roma).

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chiusi toscana

Up #1/6 : Coup d'envoi by Jean Fraipont

Posted on 2016-03-04

On the top of a "campanile", I look at the graphism of the ground. Quikly, a boy with a red ball holds my attention and I take some pictures of his lively play.

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pantheon rome italy

Pantheon 2 by grouser

Posted on 2015-05-21

The Pantheon is an extraordinary building and despite its great age (nearly 2.000 years old this view through the open hole in the roof could hold its own against the modern light sculptures of James Turell and yet that is just the light source for its stunning interior. I just sat and stared upwards in awe.

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Rockscape #2

Rockscape #2 by Johan Dierckx

Posted on 2015-07-10

Rockscape: In the Gallura, a region of northern Sardinia, Italy - the granite rocks are naturally shaped by sand and wind into magnificent sculptures. The background is Corsica, an island in the Mediterranean Sea belonging to France.

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Architecture by mo.langel

Posted on 2015-04-02

Une partie de la Cathédrale Santa Maria del Fiore et du Campanile de Giotto.

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Venezia (re-post)

Venezia (re-post) by Jaya

Posted on 2019-03-22

Touching, don't you feel it !?
Simple, so simple that has no place in our communication patterns....

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Viva il Fotografo

Viva il Fotografo by Jaya

Posted on 2019-03-10

I followed a friend photographer during the documentation work on the status of an old Venetian building health

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Altitute by Ralf Kesper

Posted on 2018-12-09

This photo was taken on a motorcycle tour through the Italian Alps. Normally, the "Drei Zinnen" (it. Tre Cime di Lavaredo) should be seen here. A famous rock formation with the highest altitute level of 2999m. Unfortunately, these were covered by dense clouds. Which did not give way even after several hours. Nevertheless, I felt this high mountain scenery as very beautiful. And decided to take this picture. I think it illustrates very well the smallness of man in the face of the vast nature.

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Pink  Piaggio Ape

Pink Piaggio Ape by Nazzareno

Posted on 2018-11-08

The Piaggio Ape (Italian: ˈpjaddʒo ˈaːpe), is a three-wheeled light commercial vehicle based on a vespa scooter produced since 1948 by Piaggio.

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Burano by Jean-LucT

Posted on 2018-05-17

Une série de photos qui m'ont servi a réaliser certaines superpositions. Elles étaient passées sur mon ancien blog "Petitclic". Elles datent de 2012

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perché by flo

Posted on 2018-04-22

Perché.. perché.. perché..
perché.. perché..
Mi sa che voi sulla terra sprechiate troppo tempo a porvi troppi perché..
D'inverno non vedete l'ora che arrivi l'estate, poi d'estate avete paura che ritorni l'inverno..
Per questo non vi stancate mai di viaggiare, di rincorrere il posto dove non siete: dove è sempre estate.
Non dev'essere un bel lavoro…

(La leggenda del pianista sull'oceano - novecento - Alessandro Baricco)

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cuisiner by flo

Posted on 2017-08-26

… Avant Lévi-Strauss, bien peu d’anthropologues s’étaient intéressés à la cuisine. Lui n’aura de cesse de rappeler qu’elle constitue une forme d’activité humaine véritablement universelle : pas plus qu’il n’existe de société sans langage, il n’en existe aucune qui d’une façon ou d’une autre ne fasse cuire certains au moins de ses aliments.

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italy, alps, courmayeur, snow

No avalanches, please ! by Franz

Posted on 2017-01-13

Massive avalanche barriers on a steep slope above Courmayeur in the Aosta Valley, at the foot of Mt. Blanc/Monte Bianco, Europe's highest mountain.

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View of Montepulciano by Elaine Hancock

Posted on 2016-06-06

Montepulciano is built along a narrow limestone ridge. A long, winding street called the Corso climbs up to the main square, which crowns the summit of the hill. The town is encircled by walls and fortifications designed by Antonio da Sangallo the Elder in 1511.

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Rower kissed by the morning light

Kissed by the morning light by Mike Barr

Posted on 2016-04-23

Walking by the riverside in Florence my attention was taken by a solo rower passing by in a skiff. What a joy it must be to be able to take morning exercise in such a rich and historic environment.
Years later it is this image that brings back to me the serenity of the place and the moment.

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fontana di Trevi Roma

Canyon by Jean Fraipont

Posted on 2016-02-22

La Fontaine de Trevi est une machine à rêver baroque. Elle peut nous transporter sur la rivière tumultueuse d'un canyon, ou nous faire toucher des yeux une chevelure digne de Botticelli.

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Blue Venice Morning

Blue Venice Morning by Les

Posted on 2015-11-21

Early morning blue hour in Venice looking across to San Giorgio Maggiore

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all daughters are princesses

all daughters are princesses by véronique cherpantier

Posted on 2015-05-02

All daughters are princesses for their mother. Image taken during the 'Parade of Turks' in remembrance of a legend claiming Turks arrived in Potenza and were defeated with the help of a saint (St. Gerald). This photo was taken before the start of the parade, I liked the mother keeping the train and the royal attitude of her daughter.

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