Tag: Lago di Como

Plein air painting in quarantine

There couldn’t be a better time to paint than in quarantine. In the first wave of the pandemic, the first lockdown in March/April 2020 I painted 17 paintings. There are no distractions and there’s no better way to soothe the need to make the best of the time at home. Now, in the second wave of the pandemic, it is […]
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Views from a ferry

In my last trip to lake Como, Italy I found myself truly privileged to have a moment of the lake’s surroundings all to myself. What usually is a highly crowded place with close to impossible to make a photo of a view without someone’s head, hat, hand, wave, roof of a car or similar; now was a place of solitude […]
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