Postcards from Positano are a collection of pictures that I took during the days passed there on Amalfi’s Coast.
Due to the fact that I recently published again on this brand new website, I want to share with you some pictures; I took these images because in every journey I need to spot locations and intrigue me.
As result of my spare time with the camera I came up with ideas and therefore, with a clear mind full of inspirations, I’m able to work in the best way.
Visiting Positano means to enjoy places full of history since its story has a lot to tell.
This city has got a past as part of the most important maritime republics, Amalfi, therefore every little road has something to tell.
Despite the fact that it became a small poor fishing town in the first middle of XX century now is so important and its style is well renowned in all over the world. I think this is because of its timeless beauty.
I saw this little city from the sea 2 times and even this time has been so exciting and, in many times, poetic.
I’m so connected with the sea, is a place where my imagination always find spaces and inspiration. Every little road, seemed to me rich of stories with a genuine visual appeal.
Positano is also style and this proper “Positano Style” due to the ability of its craftmen; beautiful things are exposed in the narrow streets of the town. Nowadays this town show its incredible beauty to visiting foreigners because of its fame; probably with Ravello is one of the most famous city of the famous Costiera Amalfitana.
I am simply surprised to see what beautiful places man can create in dialogue with the nature and with the place. This is true here as well in a place like Tuscany.
Positano bites deep
I was impressed by knowing that John Steinbeck wrote about Positano in his essay on Harper’s Bazaar: “POSITANO BITES DEEP” ( I found this original article thanks to “Le Sirenuse Hotel).
One of the most remarkable phrase written by Steinbeck say: “It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone”. I felt the same.
As a destination wedding photographer travelling all over Italy (and Abroad) following amazing events i couldn’t leave this place by dreaming a wedding here, on this scenario, simply because I couldn’t stop by looking at this beauty.
It’s completely true, this little town bites deep and I’ll find these images in my memories for such a long time.
In those days in London I had the pleasure to look again at these with the inner desire to share these images to you: this could be considered the backstage of the service made for this lovely couple.
These are my Postcards from Positano.