Capture of the Day: Valentina Brancaforte

I love sharing this image today, on Earth Day, of a wolf taken by Italian photographer Valentina Brancaforte during her winter 2017 trip to Norway’s Lofoten archipelago Polar Park Arctic Wildlife Center during a workshop with photographer and instructor¬†Luca Bracali. The beautiful photo was also featured by National Geographic:¬†http://www.nationalgeographic.it/wallpaper/2017/02/02/foto/la_mia_foto_il_meglio_di_gennaio-3407098/2/ I was lucky enough to meet Valentina during a stop in Rome in March. Thank you … Continue reading Capture of the Day: Valentina Brancaforte

Chernobyl 30 Years Later: A Sinister Fairy Tale

“It was the eeriest journey I have ever taken. We drove by abandoned bus shelters. We sped a long the road at quite a rate but I began to notice, through the trees, that there were abandoned homes, with trees growing through their windows and roofs. With the thick snow all around, it felt like we had entered a sinister fairy tale by the Brothers … Continue reading Chernobyl 30 Years Later: A Sinister Fairy Tale