Posted by Andrea Auf dem Brinke (Desenzano del Garda (BS), Italy) on 22 March 2008 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

Three years ago, just after the earthrquake that hit Salò (Garda lake, Italy) I pick up my camera and went to this little town late in the night (about 1 'o clock a.m.).
You can see the gosts of people walking at the end of the street. It was very strange. All the people was scared by the earthquake and nobody wanted to come back in their houses due to the fear they had it could happen again.
I remember that I was in Verona (about 40 Km from Salò) when the earquake came, but it was very strong even there. Was the first and the last time I've been involved in such an experience.

Actually I know that the image is not a very good one, but it remember me many things, that's because I share it with you.

alex centrella from fresno, United States

nice hauting feeling !

22 Mar 2008 4:23pm

timothy sullivan from tokyo, Japan

wow.. haunting tale-- captivating image

23 Mar 2008 10:45am

Eleftheria, 9 years old, from Athens, Greece


24 Mar 2008 1:03pm

Sandrine from Cincinnati, United States

I actually think that it is a very good image...

25 Mar 2008 2:19am

Ted from South Wales, United Kingdom

Good image for me the angle and the distant lack of focus drags you back to the rubble and earthquake damage. Very good.

15 Nov 2008 6:17pm

Kodak DCS Pro SLR/n
8/1 second
ISO 12
50 mm

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