The Trilobites That Ate Ljubljana

They started at Republic square, targeting the bank … Then it was the Parliament … Having a blast by the Maxi store … Back to the bank … On to Tivoli park … And finally leaving … … for the Moon! It was fun 🙂

Fight with the Winds, Round 6

Novi Vinodolski. A really nice seaside town on the Adriatic coast of Croatia, at the mouth of the valley of the vineyards (Vinodol in Croatian) that stretches from Bakarac to the sea, below the mountains of Gorski Kotar and the rise of Velebit. It is a prime tourist place, with a mild climate, clean sea, and pleasant … Read more

81 Stars for Filippo

… and the team. There are kite festivals. And then there is this kilometers long sandy beach chock-full of people, and the sky above it chock-full with incredible flying sculptures of all sizes, colours and shapes. Kilometers, you ask? Yes. We were stationed at one end of the kite field, and we wanted to meet … Read more

Vera, Our Lady of the Skies

This kite aerial photo isn’t much. It’s not spectacular, it doesn’t show something fascinating (ok, it does, but we’ve shot this part of Ljubljana Marshes nature park so many times, that another photo of it barely coutnts). The camera is not even high above the Marshes … Really, nothing special. Except for one thing: it … Read more

Distant Winds: 23rd Festival del Vento, Spotorno

Ah, Liguria … distant and lonely … Even a bit deserted in early March. Sun-blessed, yet with the most unpredictable weather imaginable. How it started: How it was ending (for us) …: Liguria, distant and … When friends asked where are we headed to this time, we said “Spotorno!”, and the conversation that followed was … Read more

An Island of History

This amazing kite aerial photography session started … less than optimal. The Original Blue Rokkaku ended in the Adriatic due to a really stupid mistake – somebody didn’t tie the simplest of the knots correctly and the kite flew off the end of the line. Luckily, the camera was not attached yet. That somebody had … Read more

A Long Road and a Little Church

We are interrupting our regular programme from India to sort some bizarre issues with sharing our content on certain social media sites, and to tell you a story about how to bring a really long log from the forest to the sea. ‘Twas a rainy, but windy day, and in the quest of finding a … Read more