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Vietnam Travel Photography

Travel Photography On the first day of my photography school, I had to stand up in class, introduce myself, and explain what kind of a photographer I dreamt of being. To this, I proudly stated, …

Croatia Travel Photos

Janine and I just returned from almost two weeks traveling in Croatia. For both of us it was our first time there and we found it an absolute joy. It is Europe without the masses, …

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2009 L’Eroica Photos

Simply put, I love bikes. The culture of cycling is a large reason I have chosen to live in Italy, for the roots run deep and rich. This past weekend we headed south to Tuscany …

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Iceland Quick Summary

10 days shooting in Iceland is a wrap and now we find ourselves soaking up some much needed sun in the Italian Dolomites. Iceland Summary: Wet, windy, always light (yet cloudy dark), cuisine challenged, full …

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Tuscan Truths

The word Tuscany conjures up many images, ideas, perceptions and perhaps even flavors. For the American it signifies a quintessentially Italian landscape, food and wine. Ironically, it is the same for an Italian. It is …

Announcing: Gurus, Gods and Camels

PatitucciPhoto is proud to announce the release of a new photo book from last year’s trip to India. In the fall of 2008, we connected with 8 close friends, all professional photographers, in Pushkar, India. …

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India : The Results Are In

“Biglietti per favore”. Startled, my eyes pop open. I am not in India, in fact the train home from Innsbruck has crossed the border and I am back in Italy. Outside the window everything is …

India

Incomprehensible.For the western tourist in India, this is the word one keeps coming back to when considering India as a player in the modern world. Incomprehensible – incredibly so.Staggering poverty, disease, filth, toxic pollution levels, …

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India, Here We Come

My first 24 hours in India were spent trying to figure how to leave. Our arrival in the south was met with typical Indian chaos. Transported from airplanes to a small village where few had …

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Sardinia: Selvaggio Blu Trip Report

Touted as Italy’s most remote hike, the Selvaggio Blu on the island of Sardinia repeatedly came recommended. Finally, Nicholas over at Planet Mountain advised me to have a look at Marcello Cominetti’s Guide Star Mountain …