Sometimes you just get lucky and often you realise that only after you download your pictures from your memory card and review them on a big screen 🙂 (Click to see larger)

Shot this in 2013 during my second trip to Venice. I’ve been there a numbers of times and I’m sure there are plenty of times to come. I’ll never get bored with that place. (Click to see larger)

This photo was taken during the sunrise at Piazza San Marco. It was our second trip to Venice and soon we’ll write more about it. In the meanwhile, however, enjoy this amazing view 🙂 Sunrise it’s the only time you’ll see the square almost empty! (Click to see larger) Photo details: Nikon D7000; 10-24mm f3.5-4.5; 1/20 sec at f/16; ISO 100. More photos at

This picture was taken from the top of St Mark’s Campanile in Venice. The view is amazing but it would be much better if the photo was taken at sunrise or sunset. Unfortunately, the campanile is open only between 10:00 and 16:00 or so, no chance for a good light 😉 I still like the photo and the way the buildings and the canal are intertwined. (Click to see larger) Photo details: Nikon D7000; 18-200mm f3.5-4.5; 1/500 sec at f/8; ISO 100.More photos at

This is one of the photos I took during our second trip to Venice. One of the advantages traveling to this city is that you’ll find a photo on every corner! 🙂 (Click to see larger) Photo details: Nikon D7000; 18-200mm f3.5-4.5; 1/80 sec at f/5; ISO 100. More photos at

My previous post was about a publication in Skylife Business magazine, where my photos were used to cover Friedrichshafen as a whole story. You can read the post here:

Hi Folks! Some time ago I went to Venice with this thought of making a photo book of it. It was in 2013! During this Christmas time, encouraged by my wife, I finally sat down with photos from that trip and designed a book. I really enjoyed doing that as it’s very creative process and you can do pretty much anything you want. At the same time, it’s extremely easy, I used Lightroom to do it and I sent the designed book to Blurb afterwards.