Milan Cathedral is an amazing example of Italian architecture. This great Gothic example took almost 6 century to complete. More than 80 architects and lead engineers invested their talent into this creation. Nowadays, it requires constant maintenance and restoration. Do you know that you can adopt one of its 135 gargoyles to contribute to the restoration fund?
The French Quarter of Panama City is a very exciting place for a photographer. Every angle you look, you see something unique and interesting the old architecture, shadows in the empty buildings, people on streets, small shops. It worths a visit, and, oh, yes, I couldn’t forget the passion fruit gelato – that was just awesome!
The Papal Basilica in Vatican City brought the mixture of thoughts and feelings in me. The place is grand and overwhelming, and I simply couldn’t embrace all the volume of the church neither with my eye, nor with my soul. At the times I feel lost, my instincts telling me to focus on smaller things, and somehow it calms me down. I start my travel in the big space with more confidence. In these images I try to convey the idea of being satisfied with the smaller elements, to enjoy their presence instead of trying taking all of that magnificence in at once.