Photo of the day #84

Photo of the day, today, comes from Turkey and it’s a beautiful shot. Beauty is really everywhere around us: look at these harmonious shot, the shape of the tables, the strange lines on the floor, the good mix between hot tunes and cold tunes (yellow and grey are a great combo). This is one of the magical moment where daily life meets a beautiful secret: as I said before, beauty is really everywhere and photography, sometimes, helps us to remind it. The picture was taken by turkish photographer Gökhan Sarıyaz. Excellent!

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Photo of the day #83

Another photo of the day from my city, Rome, where I’m discovering a lot of awesome photographers through the family of Roma Street Photography. This picture, Gnam, was taken by Andrea Boccone and it’s a good way to explain how street photography is getting away from documentary to become a new branch of fine art photography. This is really art: look at the shadows, the contrast, the lines. There is a new kind of street photography and I like it: well done, Andrea.

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Photo of the day #82

Today the photo of the day comes from my city, Roma, and the author is a photographer that I really admire a lot: Maurizio Scacchi. His pictures are always an original glimpse inside the streets and the alleys of Rome and this photo of the day is, in my opinion, one of his best: the use of light, the composition, the dome of Saint Peter in the background, the little bears on the floor, the two guys passing by… Magnific, absolutely magnific!

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Photo of the day #81

Photo of the day today comes from… I don’t know where, but it’s beautiful. The photographer is the spanish Pedro Bada and this picture is the best way to begin a new week. I really like every detail in this image: the light on the wall (and on the floor), the colors and obviously the two kids, the position of their bodies and the decisive moment always underlined by Henri Cartier Bresson. This is really a great shot.

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