Last year, I was given a super-duper under water camera, and I’ve had a ton of fun playing under the sea at Palau, Sardinia, Italy. Sometimes there’s nothing to capture but turquoise water, waves, and wet luscious sand, but that doesn’t deter me from enjoying the many faucets of this new camera. Continue reading
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Brilliant Light Goodnight Sardinia
The first sunset of December 2013 was a blazing bright pinkish/orange. It lit up our living room like a bright disco light.
This is my response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Light
Buonanotte bella Sardegna.
The Sardinian Sky
The sky in Sardinia drastically changes throughout the year from bright blue endless skies to deep black unforgiving skies. I’ve been a sky-watcher my entire life, and I’m sure I spent the entire 5th grade staring out the window, day-dreaming and wishing I could fly.
Follow me on a photographic journey of Sardinia’s ever-changing sky.
This is my response to the weekly travel theme: sky.
How do you like your sky? With wisps of white clouds or an endless blue?
Sardinia, Italy – Emergency Flood Relief Fund – How You Can Help
The city council of Olbia have set up an emergency relief fund after the devastating floods on November 18th, 2013. Sardinia is still in a state of shock and 17 people have lost their lives in one of the largest natural disasters to ever hit the Mediterranean island of Sardinia.
If you would like to donate please follow the banking details below:
Account: n. 0540 – 070361388
IBAN: IT72U 01015 84980 000070361388
BIC/Swift Code: BPMOIT22XXX
Reference: Comune di Olbia Emergenza Alluvione
Residents in effected areas are in dire need of clothing, shoes, towels, blankets and toiletries. If you can donate please send a package to the following address:
c/o Bar Baraonda
Via Mameli n.11
07026 Olbia (OT)
If you have any questions on how to help in the relief efforts please leave a comment below.
Sardinia and her residents thank you.
A Mediterranean Medusa | Sardinia, Italy
When the English-speaking world thinks of Medusa, we remember the Greek myth of three horrible sisters who have snakes for hair.
In Italy when one hears the word Medusa the following comes to mind:
Something to Celebrate
Three years ago today I boarded flight #16. Toronto to Rome. From Rome I boarded another flight to my home, Sardegna. I can’t believe three years have already passed. It seems just like yesterday I was kissing my loved ones good-bye. The person I was then is not the same person I am now. I have grown-up. My life far and different from those I left. Continue reading