For my tenth day in Italy I awoke early to catch a train, I was going on a day trip from Firenze to the nearby city of Prato. What I was soon to learn that not only had I gone far too early in the day but that I had also gone on the wrong day, a Monday, when half of the place was closed.
Welcome to part seven of my diary of my trip around Italy back in November last year, this entry covers a few days as the amount of colour photo I took was limited and also because I’ve realised it’s taking me bloody ages to share all of this with you people out there in internet land. As usual if you’d like to see more of my images I published a photo zine of images that can be purchased through my Etsy Store here. Enjoy and let me know your thoughts in the comments.
Welcome to Part six of the diary of my travels around Italy back in November 2017, you can find all other entries using the link on the right side of this page. As always all the images below are shot on my Olympus OM-1, the film stock for these images was Agfa Vista 200. Enjoy.
Welcome to part five of my diary of my trip around Italy back in November last year, all of the images here are taken with my Olympus OM-1 on Fuji Superia 200. This entry covers days five and six (because I didn’t actually shoot any colour 35mm film on day five).
Welcome to the fourth instalment of my (sort of) diary of my trip around Italy last November. Any images in this instalment are made on Agfa Vista 200 film with my Olympus OM-1, hope you enjoy
Welcome to Part three of my (kind of) diary of my trip around Italy last November. This was my last full day in Torino, and I spent the vast majority of it taking photo’s around the beautiful Parco Valentino. The afternoon I spent mostly shooting street photography and hanging around the Piazza Castello (none of those images are in this post however as they’re all black and white and don’t really fit with this, they are being posted soon though). In the evening I finally found a really good place to have dinner, though for the life of me I can’t remember what it was called. One thing I think I learned about Torino is there’s no restaurants, but tons of cafes and bars……..or maybe that was just me wandering around the wrong places?
Anyway of all the following are all taken on Agfa Vista 200 with my Olympus OM-1. I hope you enjoy them.
Welcome to the second part of my diary from my travels around Italy last November. As before all images below are taken with my Olympus OM-1 and are on either Fuji Superia 200 or Agfa Vista 200 colour film.
So I have finally got around to developing and scanning in ALL the images I took when I travelled around Italy in November last year, so welcome to part one of “Un Giro D’Italia” (A trip around Italy).