Coledoco's PhotoBlog

The Chrysler building is my favorite skyscraper (not only in NYC) and yesterday it celebrated its 90th birthday. With 1,046 feet (318.9 m), the structure was…

Wandering here and there in the fisherman's wharf of San Francisco, I heard the unmistakable metallic sound of a dobro guitar. Following the notes, I've found a…

Sacred or Profane For some reasons, the ceiling of Exeter Cathedral reminds me of the movie "Alien" …. or what Jonah would have seen inside the whale ...…

Ballarò is the oldest food market of Palermo, frequented by hundreds of people and animated by the so-called "abbanniate", the boisterous calls of sellers who,…

In the last days we're seeing a little improvement of Coronavirus outbreak in Lombardy. Maybe we can see now a little light creeping out the wall. We've 2,000+…

"The Art must discuss, must dispute, must protest". I was in Paris in 2005 for a medical meeting when, passing through the Center Georges Pompidou, I saw this…

Okay, we're in lockdown. In Northern Italy 16,000,000 people were ordered not to leave their houses unless strictly necessary. In a month, hopefully, the…

Standing in a single row, 34 penguins flank a metal beam along the river near Kampa Park in Prague. Despite their adorable aspect, these penguins are associated…

Morimondo Abbey is a former Cistercian monastery located a few kilometers from Milano, northern Italy. The surviving structure is Romanesque and Gothic. It was…

I always thought that this kind of "I'm in mission from God" man could only be seen in some old black and white B-movie; instead one late evening in Times…

Sesto San Giovanni, a small town on the outskirts of Milan, once represented the best of Lombardy's industry. In 1906 the Falck steel mills were born and in the…

The Burj Khalifa it's a strange and incredible place; when you go outside on the balcony, placed at 575 meters high, you seem to fly while the air is so…

It's a work of art conceived by Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito, is a must-see for couples from all over the World visiting Paris. The wall, covering a surface…

On the half-a-mile-long boardwalk of Venice Beach there is always a variegated humanity. Many are street-musicians (talented, improvised, awful) who struggle to…

I always enjoyed getting around Siena during the weekdays; you can take good street photos at every corner. That time, my attention was drawn by a small…

The Everglades of Florida: for most of the time, exploration was made impossible by the thick growth of saw grass, (Cladium mariscus subsp. Jamaicense), a…
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