Feb 25, 2012

Santa Margherita Ligure and Rapallo

Here I want to publish some photos of Santa Margherita Ligure and Rapallo. Both cities are in Liguria, Italy.
All the photos were taken with my Olympus E-300. Some photos are the result of stitching some photos (I used PTGui).

Santa Margherita Ligure

Feb 23, 2012

Pets and birds...

Here are some photos taken in 2007. Those with the cat were taken in Moldova while the others were taken in Italy.
I used an Olympus E-300 with the standard 14-42mm 3.5-5.6 Olympus Zuiko Digital Lens.

Feb 22, 2012

Santa Margherita Ligure (by night and by day)

I am pleased to present you some pictures of Santa Margherita Ligure. This is a small town in the province of Genoa. Near there is Rapallo and Portofino.

Later I will also put some pictures of Rapallo and Portofino.

Special light on Santa Margherita Ligure

Feb 21, 2012

Being Italian

In this photo there is a Piaggio Vespa ET3 Primavera (produced between 1976 and 1982).

Rock Festival 2007

Here are only two photos taken at Rock Festival (Старый Мельник) on 28 July 2007 in Molodva. These two pictures are, in my opinion, very suggestive.

Feb 20, 2012

Sicily (last part) - Agrigento

Agrigento is a city on the southern coast of Sicily.
I visited the Valley of the Temples (Italian: Valle dei Templi) that is an archaeological site. It is one of the most outstanding examples of Greater Greece art and architecture. The area was included in the UNESCO Heritage Site list in 1997.

Following, there are some photos.
PS: this is the last part of photos about Sicily. I hope you had enjoined.

Temple of Juno Lacinia

Feb 19, 2012

Sicily (part III) - Modica

Modica is a city in the Province of Ragusa, southern Italy. It is part of UNESCO Heritage Sites in Italy.
Modica was also the birth place of writer Salvatore Quasimodo, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1959.
Below there are some photos taken in Modica in 2007.

To be continued... this is not the last part!

Feb 18, 2012

Sicily (part II) - Syracuse

Syracuse is a historic city in the South East Sicily. The city is famous for its rich Greek history, culture, architecture, and as the birthplace of preeminent mathematician Archimedes.

Here are some photos of Greek Theatre and of Ear of Dionysius.

Sicily (part I)

In 2007 I with classmates went in Sicily. (the greatest island of Italy - with greatest I mean the total area of land). Sicily is also known as the mother of Italian mafia. Surely Sicily can offer much more to tourists than mafia history.
We departed from the port of Genoa and landed to the port of Palermo. Afterwards we have visited a few cities like Bagheria, Siracusa and others. Unfortunately I don't remember the all the cities where the photos have been taken... It is a real shame.

Feb 16, 2012

A tour to Fiat in Torino - an automobile manufacturer in Italy

Years ago, but to be precise it was in October 2007, me and my schoolmates had visited the bigger automobile manufacturer in Italy. It is Fiat.
Here are some photos of some cars they produce and also some photos of "secret" production process. I was not allowed to take those photos, but I couldn't resist!

My own opinion - the cars look good. The problem is their cost...
Fiat owns also Lancia and Alfa Romeo

Feb 15, 2012

An alien?

Well... this photo was taken back in 2006. One evening me with my friends decided to fry some eggs. We  poured the oil and the result of this you can see in the photo!


These two photographs were taken in Moldova in 2006 (I think in August). I like the way the cat looks...

Feb 14, 2012

First photo - Rainbow!

These two photos were taken in Italy, Santa Margherita Ligure on 3 August 2006.
Maybe these were my first photos.

Hello to all

Like I said - Hello to all or to no one...
It depends on who is reading and I presume at this time there is no one.