Italy With A Twist In Palermo, Sicily

Palermo, a city on the northern coast of Sicily, has long been home for people from all corners of the Mediterranean. In 2019 it continues to be defined by its cultural diversity, both contemporary and historical. While famous frescoes of bygone eras attract every type of tourist, come evening the streets are awash with Palermitans.…

Windows: A Quiet Moment In Dubrovnik

Originally published as part of a post on walking Dubrovnik’s city walls, this image sprung to mind immediately when I thought of windows.  These two school girls were taking a break just before their bell rang for class. I had also just reached a particularly tranquil part of my walk with no other tourists nearby.…

In Pictures: A Few Of My Favourites From Italy

I hope you’ve enjoyed coming with me through Italy? What struck me most about this country was the compulsion I always felt to visit the big sights. Rome’s Pantheon, Venice’s St Marc’s Square and Florence’s Duomo to name a fantastic few. However, some of my favourite moments were spent experiencing the tiny details – the…

Layered: A Sunset Over Sorrento

Each evening in Sorrento, I’d walk up to the rooftop of my hostel and spend an hour watching the sun disappear over the horizon. Each evening, it was slightly different but always built up of many layers: the array of different clouds suspended in front of the distant sky; the remains of plane trails that…