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Editing photos after  a New York experience  is …really difficult, I’ve to admit.

I mean, every single color, corner and face remember to you the experience you have lived.. Ever since I got back from New York, I have been dealing with the mysterious and strange issue of Nostalgia. The past few weeks have been incredibly overwhelming for me: no matter how hard I try, I will always be incredibly emotional and sometimes feelings that are normal for everyone else are amplified tenfold within me. When I travel these feelings grow and grow:  discovering new places following my dreams to far-flung destinations, experiencing cultural differences and standing in some of the most beautiful places I could ever dream about is exciting and gratifying.

But at the same time, I am looking for an home, something I can define really mine.  I’m not that kind of person who loves nomadic life, I love travel also because coming back home is beautiful. (after vacation is soooo difficult, yess)

This is maybe the reason in every single travel I try to meet new people, and when is possible to photograph their love: meeting new people is my way to find home’s pieces abroad. It’s a sort of “fil rouge” that reminds me who I am and what I’m searching for.

I spent lovely time with John and Kit in West village, for a couple session :  they’ re both talented  actors on Netflix,  for an LGBT series, Eastsiders, and I love their way to express emotions, it’s so  deep and fascinating!

Here’s the  short session with these two beautiful and talented  guys, just two days before leaving New York: come with us along the Hudson, and breath in all the magical atmosphere of a sunset in New York.

Magic is everywhere…where will I find the next one?

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