the Great Canada
I have been in Canada twice: the first time in the summer of 2009 and the second one in the spring of 2010. I have visited Alberta and British Columbia: I have traveled the highways that go through the Rocky Mountains and I have sailed among the fiords on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. I have visited villages and lakes lost into the vastity of an endless nature. I have seen the uncontaminated nature and the strumentalization of the same for an excessive tourism. I have been 40 km from Alaska.
In other words, I have seen the Great Canada. In these galleries (continously updating) I’d like to show you what my eyes could admire.
Willinston Lake - In the heart of Canada
May 2010. Milano-London, London-Vancouver, Vancouver-Fort St. John on three different airplanes. One hour traveling on a jeeb and another hour on a motorboat. I arrive at Willinston Lake (British Columbia), the second biggest artificial lake in the world, to visit some Triassic successions. The true Canada opens in front of my eyes.
landscapes - until your eyes can see
Canada offers landscapes of incredible vastity: they extend until your eyes arrive…and then they go further! In this gallery you can admire a collection of landscapes taken between 2009 and 2010, from British Columbia to Alberta, from Vancouver to the Rocky Mountains.