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A church in abandoned state in the great region of Piedmont attracts the attention of urban explorer that for one day have gone far out from the... more
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A church in abandoned state in the great region of Piedmont attracts the attention of urban explorer that for one day have gone far out from the Ligurian borders...
Una chiesetta in stato di abbandono nella grande piana piemontese attira l'attenzione da urban explorers che per un giorno hanno "sconfinato" in terra non ligure...
LUOGHI ABBANDONATI - ABANDONED PLACES
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Enrico Pelos is a photographer and journalist. Born in Genoa. At the beginning, designer and graphic artist, passionate about the psyche-prog-rock music scene, he worked in London for some years where he lived in contact with the interesting movements of the '70s and' 80s (he later wrote as co-author "Memorie Beatlesiane e dintorni" with shots at big concerts like Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, Kraftwerk, CSN & Y, etc) . Back in Italy he founded with other photographers photoclubs and he organized and participates in several group exhibitions and then personal exhibitions such as "Along the High Way of the Ligurian Mountains", "Along the Ways of the faith", "Along the Alta Via of the Ligurian mountains in Pennavaire Valley" all accompanied...
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