1.Trapani and Paceco Natural Reserve, salines, salt mills, salt harvest, Sicily, Italy There must be something strangely sacred about the salt. We find it in our tears and in the sea – Kahlil Gibran 2.Vercelli, ricefields in June, little egret, Piedmont, Italy Then, the mirror of the water began to be covered with green, and then again, in the space of a few days or a few weeks, only the rice could be seen. The sea was transformed into […]
© 2021 Valerio Griffa Mount Etna, Sicily, Italy The olive tree, the chestnut tree, the broom are suitable for Etna, plants linked to the fortunes of civilization and the dreams of poets; the vine with the sweet languors it gives to men is also suitable,Fosco Maraini Mount Cervino, Pennine Alps, Aosta Valley, Italy The noblest rock in Europe, John Ruskin
© 2021 Valerio Griffa Langhe-Roero vineyard, Unesco Heritage, Piedmont, Italy Everything is here, in the Langhe: the sun, the clouds, the vines, the villages, the rivers, the rhythm of the seasons, the colors, the hands of the people, Cesare Pavese Salento stony landscape, Apulia, Italy Salento is a land of mirages, windy, Guido Piovene
©2020 Valerio Griffa Lofoten is known for a distinctive scenery with dramatic mountains and peaks, inside the Arctic Circle. The name, coming from old norse, means ‘fox foot’. One of the world’s largest seasonal fisheries takes place there, from February until April. Lofoten is full of Arctic cod migrating from the Barents Sea to reproduce in the archipelago waters.
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©2020 Valerio Griffa Turin, Intesa Sanpaolo Skyscraper / Torino, Grattacielo di Intesa Sanpaolo, Renzo Piano 2015