Luna

At the end of the day I loose myself in the blue, that blends the edges and takes away the thoughts of doing; in nature’s silence, the inquietude that usually accompanies the transition from light to darkness, from wakefulness to sleep (so similar to that from life to death), gives way to a feeling of trustful abandonment.

My lens places the moon near flowers, fruits, people. It is not an artifact indeed: everything is made of the same essence, immersed in a net of reciprocal influences, and in constant transformation. Luna, the moon, reflects to each of us our feminine, nocturnal side, and invites us to trust it.

Every image of this project is dedicated to an ancient moon god or goddess: contemplating the moon we can reconnect to our ancestors, who acknowledged the divine nature of all things.

Fineart prints are available for sale in different formats and limited editions

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