Lurgan Park – Lurgan, Northern Ireland
25th October 2013
Going around in narrow alleys in Camogli. (Last two photos by Davide Sossi) Camogli (Genova) – Italia 17th October 2013
I love this tavern: it’s pirate themed and full (and I mean FULL) of weird things everywhere. I found it casually some years ago and I fell in love. It’s in Via San Fortunato 8, in the beautiful Camogli. Taverna … Continue reading
Two nights ago me and my friend Davide were going around Genova’s centre bored, so I had the idea to take him to a place he never been before, also one of my favourites: Camogli.
Camogli is a little sea town at just half a hour drive from Genova; in the summer it’s full of people, but at this time of the year tourists are gone and you can enjoy better the deserted historical centre on the sea and the small port. Continue reading
Yesterday I was guest for dinner at Stevie’s granparents. His grandfather, Jim, has a vegetable garden where he grows his own vegetables, fruits and spices. In the middle of it there’s a little wooden shed with a lovely window, full of spiderwebs and with a line of little coloured ceramic bottles.
Jim’s garden – Lurgan, Northern Ireland
Today, even if the weather was not very good, we went for a walk around Lurgan. These are long days apart from my laboratory in Genoa, the only things that entertain me are my camera and my colours. I’m planning to walk to Oxford Island in the first day of good weather to take some photos and pass a day outdoor.
Lurgan – Northern Ireland