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Found something in Warsaw

Found something in Warsaw

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, travel in eastern Europe has become more manageable, and I enjoy the freedom and perks that freelance photography provides to you.

In Warsaw, you remember very easy that you are in an ex Communist-controlled country, the architecture it’s the clear sign of it.

As a photographer and I always used the best equipment I could but also the right music, I need to find the inspiration. I think a place as Warsaw is the perfect one to exercise my talent with my camera and as a …DJ… 🙂

Four of my last Photo about Warsaw


The Bridge over the Station

Zebra Crossing with a soul

The Palace of Culture

Centrum


Massimo Usai
Massimo Usai

Associate of British Freelance Photography

“Anything is possible, but I’m not sure we will like it” – The story of an indefinite lockdown

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Massimo Usai27/10/20206 min read

“So many things are possible just as long as you don’t know they’re impossible.” — Norton Juster Dushanbe, 25 October 2019 There are events that, for one reason or another, I had forgotten or removed from my head. Let’s say…

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We are back to Lockdown

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Massimo Usai20/10/20205 min read

As expected from last spring, here in Brussels we are again in lockdown. Governments around the Continents indeed try to call it “partial lockdown”, but it is difficult to seriously see many differences from what we had last spring across…

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The voyage with the Titanic was ( almost ) entirely magnificent

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Massimo Usai16/10/20201 min read

The Majority of the government are saying more or less the same phrase:”People should stop complaining endlessly about testing and see what this country has achieved.” Sure, great logic, it’s like if I will say:”People forget that 95% of the…

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It’s called “Hysteria’

It’s called “Hysteria’

Massimo Usai15/10/20201 min read

Has anyone else noticed there seems to be a rise in humor lately? Good sign? Or a sign of impending madness? Honestly, we need it some humour!We either laugh or cry, and I’ve done enough of the latter these last…

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Any Party for me?

Any Party for me?

Massimo Usai08/10/20202 min read

by Massimo Usai I’m a long time I haven’t a party. Honestly, I didn’t been at a Party from such a long time and the Pandemic it’s just an excuse. Nothing special to celebrate e no one invites me at…

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Massimo Usai06/10/20202 min read

Like, everybody, we have the same routine every day for so many things. If you stop for a minute, you would be able to make a list of things you do at around the same time every day. For example,…

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The Music of My Life: Kate Bush – Hounds of Love –

The Music of My Life: Kate Bush – Hounds of Love –

Massimo Usai04/10/20202 min read

By Massimo Usai Are there any “Ten” albums? Yes, some. What I present to you today, on my long list of albums of the music of my life, is a classic album who will rate ten without so many complains.…

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Moving Again, from East to West

Moving Again, from East to West

Massimo Usai02/10/20201 min read

In the last year, we had everything. Not last I was living in Warsaw and here in Poland still. Warsaw has been my hotspot during this pandemic time. Hanging out, shopping, seat in the bar, close at home like everyone…

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Nothing To Say, Nothing to Hide.

Nothing To Say, Nothing to Hide.

Massimo Usai01/10/20201 min read

I have to confess but I have approached my book notes today with some amount of fear. I have taken notes all the time in the last few days. I was sure to be ready to write a good post,…

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Priti Patel: wanting to be accepted even at the price of (almost) denying her history

Massimo Usai30/09/20201 min read

Priti Patel is the daughter of immigrant parents. Like her so many people we have in the UK, comes from immigrant parents, especially from the second…Priti Patel: wanting to be accepted even at the price of (almost) denying her history

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