A night stroll around Torino

No good resolutions, just acts. That’s my challenge for this newborn year.

I started with the one thing that I lamented the most, of not having shot around my city a lot and consequently not enriched our The Lonely Walkers tlog. It’s not always easy to look at the streets you walk everyday with fresh eyes, so last week I happily accepted an invitation from a friend and colleague of mine to go out a night and photograph at Luci d’Artista, Christmas lights all around Torino central streets made by famous artists.

It was lot of fun strolling around the city, laughing and taking pictures. It turned out to be a kind of improvised workshop, and I am glad I have helped my friends learn a bit more about photography.

These are some shots from that night.

 Porta Palazzo and beautiful colourful reflections on the wet pavement.

A sea of lights over Piazza Palazzo di Città.

The sun is always shining…

Reflections of Piazza Carignano on my favourite bookshop window.

Detail of the light installation in Piazza Carignano.

It obviously was a good excuse to photograph more than just Christmas light installations, and be inspired.

Mysterious masks in the old University.

Colours flowing on the river Po

And here the four of us almost at the end of our peculiar excursion, exhausted but happy.

About Marta Favro

Full time employee in an online marketing agency, photographer and traveller (not necessary in that order). Graduated in English Literature. Passionate of long walks in the Nature, cats, books, music.
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5 Responses to A night stroll around Torino

  1. Love the pics and sense of adventures….almost as if I was there myself. Never been to Torino. looks amazing

    • Marta Favro says:

      Torino is a charming city, not very big and quite lively. Glad you liked the photos, and indeed it was a kind of adventure!
      Thanks for your comment!

  2. Ruyiswick says:

    No longer a lonely walker, eh?
    Liked the photos of the frozen lakes a great deal.

  3. elmediat says:

    Excellent documentary sequence that captures tone and mood.

  4. Pingback: A walk in the parks | The Lonely Walkers Blog

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