Photo taken at Pamukkale
Last year in February, while in Pamukkale, I followed some lavorare in a quince field. That gave me a view of real daily life in the region, away from the tourist attractions. Today this kind of jobs are being replaced as the tourism industry develops

Photo taken at: Pamukkale

Photo taken at Pamukkale
Today the experience of Pamukkale has been restricted and designed in order to preserve its unique limestone. Only a central path is open to tourists, who can cross it barefoot

Photo taken at: Pamukkale

Photo taken at Pamukkale
One year ago. Before becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site, the white pools of Pamukkale almost disappeared because of the abuses of mass tourism

Photo taken at: Pamukkale

Photo taken at Pamukkale
One year ago, after spending some time in Episcopia, I started my trip in Pamukkale, Turkey.
I needed a close, easy destination to test my equipment before heading to Africa

Photo taken at: Pamukkale

Photo taken at Episcopia
Making sausages and salami in Basilicata is a social and collaborative activity

Photo taken at: Episcopia

Photo taken at Episcopia
In Basilicata small pig farmers make sure their pigs grow up in a comfortable and dry environment. A reality light years away from the abuses of intensive industrial farming

Photo taken at: Episcopia

Photo taken at Episcopia
Starting today I will repeat my trip around the world using some of the pictures I took during these 300 days.
Rosario, one of the rare pig farmers left in Episcopia, was the first person to welcome me in his world. It was good to see that there is still a human and balanced way to produce and consume meat

Photo taken at: Episcopia

Photo taken at Paris, France
Exactly 1 year ago I was starting my journey around the world’s most fragile realities.
Here is a video to share some early thoughts and thank all of you who supported the project.
Check link in bio to watch the video

Photo taken at: Paris, France

Photo taken at Paris, France
A special thanks also goes to my other family, my professional one. The amazing @nodesignworks team in Paris!
It’s a blessing to work with people who when you announce you want to take one year off to do a personal project around the globe they just ask “ok, how can we help?

Photo taken at: Paris, France

Photo taken at Planet Earth
2018 has been the most incredible year in my life so far. I spent it almost entirely traveling our planet and experiencing firsthand its diversity.
I feel really grateful to all the people that made this possible, that supported and followed me in this journey. I hope next year will be the year I get to share all of this with you in the best way possible.
Wish you all an inspiring 2019 #2018

Photo taken at: Planet Earth

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