A single photo is sometimes not able to represent everything that is visible. For this reason I started creating panoramic images, merging some photos together to get a better and exhaustive glance.
Being heavy enough, I use the online host service imgur to keep my photos.
You can open the link below the image to see the full-size photo.
All coordinates show where the photos were taken.
8.25.14, Cala Ferrigno, Spargi, Sardegna. Originally home to a sailing school and now belonging to a private; there is a pier from which you can take the chase and dive into the blue sea of the Costa Smeralda. 41.245360, 9.355042
8.4.16, La Maddalena Nord, Sardegna. Vantage point towards the archipelago, a nice mini hiking in the middle of the maquisse. 41.265049, 9.420685
1.7.17, Punta Helbronner, Valle d’Aosta. From the panoramic terrace you can distinguish the “Tooth of the Giant” in the center. The normal route currently has difficulties catalogued as AD 45.8457756 6.9316907
6.17, Place Jean-Jaurès, Saint-Étienne, Francia. In the background the Cathedral of Saint-Charles-Borromée. 45.441244, 4.385515
6.25.17, Punta Sardegna, Palau, Sardegna. Al centro il faro, sede di un laboratorio oceanografico. In fondo l’isola di Spargi. At page 5 the characteristics of a lighthouse explained well. 41.2061577 9.3627024
7.17, Chiesanuova, Piemonte. The Quiinzeina stands out over everyone. Home to excellent climbs and bucolic life, the inhabitants are in smaller and smaller numbers. 45.417983, 7.657002
1.27.19, Mole Antonelliana, Turin. Initially conceived as a new Jewish temple, in some sunday it’s not so crowded to take the elevator until the top passing throught the cinema museum during the ascent. 45.068845, 7.693292
2.5.19, La Morra, Langhe, Piemonte. In the middle of the Barolo area, La Morra is also home of Fontanafredda wine cellar. Here another view, 180° behind. 44.637607, 7.934710
2.16.19, Place du Palais, Monaco. In that place you can smell the scent of money. The parking is not a problem except the price. 43.731468, 7.421340
2.16.19, Mont Chauve, Nice, France. A well known climb among cyclist. 43.770487, 7.254608
2.27.19, La colline du Chateau, Nice, France. Perfect for running (in the castle hill is also possible to have some interval training on slope) during the winter, this balcony offert a view sur toute la promenade. 45.804512, 8.381625
4.16.19, 天安门, 北京. 中华人民共和国万岁！ The cleanliness of this part of China is very remarkable. 39.906607, 116.391713
4.18.19, The Bird’s Nest, 北京, 中国. After 10pm it’s impossible to access the are, but even from the metro station, the view is worth the visit. Bolt broke here for the first time the 100m world record on 8.16.08. 39.988888, 116.387840
4.21.19, Summer palace, Beijing, China. Enchanting stage during a first visit in Beijing. It overlooks the Kunming Lake, Longevity hill and 17-Arch Bridge. Climb the hill before 1730. 39.997050, 116.271439.
4.27.19, Sella dell’Acciatore, Isola di Capraia, Toscana. Wind and sunshine will keep company throughout the climb. Giraglia island will be there waiting for you. 43.034268, 9.806228
5.1.19, Via Buniva, Turin. I spent a lot of happy time here. 45.069496, 7.697615
5.11.19, Erbalunga, Corsica, France. Coming here by bicycle after half an hour of pedaling from Bastia seems to arrive at Lavandonia in search of the Pokeflute. 44.050963, 9.832816
5.12.19, Col de Teghime, Bastia, France. A gate between Bagnaia and Nebbio regions, it’s a pleasure to go there by bicycle. On background, the “Stagnu di Chjurlinu”. 42.677241, 9.385401
5.31.19, Piccadilly Circus, London, UK. The phrase it’s like Piccadilly Circus is commonly used to refer to a place which is extremely busy with people. It has been said that a person who stays long enough at Piccadilly Circus will eventually bump into everyone they know. During World War II, “Piccadilly Circus” was the code name given to the Allies’ D-Day invasion fleet’s assembly location in the English Channel. 51.509809, -0.134677
5.31.19, The Shard, London, UK. London Bridge is falling down. Nobody knows who is the “fair lady”. 51.505055, -0.075824
6.1.19, Cathedral of Saint Paul, London, UK. Rent a bike or a multi-day metro ticket and start loving this city. Have breakfast at Joe’s Kitchen (behind my back here) and healthy dinner at Poppies. 51.513628, -0.100190
6.2.19, Capo Testa, Sardinia, Italy. Sometimes, in the northernmost point of Sardinia, some old people come to you and start talking like you. 41.243646, 9.142980
6.30.19, Desert des Agriates, Haut Corse, Corse. The first spot chosen by the French government for nuclear testing was fortunately quickly discarded. The finger is on background. 42.655725, 9.171115
6.30.19, Plage de l’Alga, Calvi, Corse. If you don’t feel like swimming, wear your Arc’Teryx and be proud of him. This beach is easily accessable from D81B via a dirt road. 42.655725, 9.171115
6.30.19, Porto, Ota, Corse. The Tour Génoise de Porto à Ota, built in the sixteenth century, was designed to monitor the entrance to the Gulf of Porto. No bread and jam in the nearby bars pour le petit déjeuner. 42.269437, 8.692542.
7.7.19, Lago Nero, Graian alps, Italy. 1h from the bigger lake of Malciaussia: Stura di Viù is the inflow and also the outflow, the reservoir has been built in 1920s for the generation of hydropower. 45.199480, 7.151691.
8.4.19, Citadel of Calvi, Calvi, Corse. According to legend, Christopher Columbus supposedly came from Calvi, which at the time was part of the Genoese Empire. 42.569073, 8.761808.
8.4.19, Citadel of Calvi, Calvi, Corse. In the back side of the citadel it’s possible to overlook the entire bay and the prolific touristic port. 42.567531, 8.759614.
8.5.19, Calenzana, Corse. The walk has just begun but I had just lost. 42.503620, 8.857969.
8.10.19, Bocca d’Oru, Isolaccio di Fiumorbo, Corse. On the border between Corse-du-Sud and Corse-du-Nord. The most beautiful point of GR20, the right one for my cramps. 42.018589, 9.218783.
9.15.19, Croce Rossa, Graian Alps, Italy. The name of this 3552 m mountain comes from the rocks shape and color viewable from Peraciaval lake. 45.260352, 7.135650.
10.27.19, Pian del Lupo, Piemonte, Italy. Proscenium above Canavese area, the tar has just been added because of tour of Italy competition. 45.439165, 7.647495.
11.8.19, Hong Kong promenade, Hong Kong, China. The most famous postcard of HK because of the neon lights on the skyscrapers. In front of the nearby Starbucks there’s the Bruce Lee tribute statue. 22.293036, 114.170921.
11.9.19, Harbour City, Hong Kong, China. One Hong Kong’s premier shopping destination, i stayed here 1 night contemplating the Rayleight’s scattering during sunset.22.299689, 114.167094.
11.9.19, Dragon’s Back, Hong Kong, China. I would never have judged HK as the perfect place for hiking. From certain perspectives it’s possible to see the back of a chinese dragon. 22.239193, 114.242126.
11.9.19, Shek O beach, Hong Kong, China. Literally “rocky bay” it has been famous for lobsters, nowadays it’s a typical western style beach with facilities. 22.228912, 114.251566.
8.13.20, Giant’s Causeway, Bushmills, Ireland. Fionn vs BenandonnerAn. This is an UNESCO area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. No parking and a lot of green grass. 55.2363900 N, -6.5152460 W.
8.13.20, Slieve League, County Donegal, Ireland. One of the highest sea cliffs in Ireland (595m). The highest in the world are in Kalaupapa, Hawaii.
A guy called Johnny went with me to the top at 10pm and showed me a particular path (“one man’s pass”…awesome stuff) 50m below the top to get a place completely overlooking the sea.
A visit to the nearby K-wok Chinese take away in Carrick is recommended.
The WildAtlanticWay starts not so far from here.54.6276160 N , 8.6846720 W.
8.26.20, Porta Palazzo, Turin, Italy. In Porta Palazzo (sorry, Pòrta Pila) live, meet and clash Europe, Africa and Asia. The octagonal Piazza della Repubblica accomodates the largest open-air market in Europe.
It’s nice also for the local chinese market in the NW corner.45.076668 N, 7.683264 E.
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