Selected Works

Nonfiction
A look at life in little-known mountain towns of the Sicilian hinterlands.
A true account of the last years of an ancient Sicilian giant bluefin tuna trap.






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Out of Palermo

SHort Break: Favignana Photos

October 28, 2015

Tags: favignana, egadi, isole, island, tonnara, fishermen, beach, fun, blue, sea, sky, tuna, archeology, Clemente Ventrone, Cristina Torre, Theresa Maggio, tonnaroti, tradition, net, beauty, nature, sun, sea, Mediterranean, fun, world unto itself



Circa early- to mid-1990s. Here's the video link in case the embed code does not work:
http://vp.telvue.com/preview?id=T01304&video=61535

San Lorenzo: Night of the Shooting Stars over Palermo

August 5, 2015

Tags: San Nicolo, centro storico, torre, Palermo, sicilia, sicily, night, shooting stars, San Lorenzo, vista, urban, sky, stars

Night of the Shooting stars from the bell tower of the Church of San Nicolo in Albergheria, Palermo
The non-profit association Terradamare offers a unique occasion to tourists and locals alike to climb the stairs to the terrace around the belltower of San Nicolo` di Bari in Albergheria to see the night sky over the historic center of Palermo and to launch a little lantern from on high. Tickets are three euro. (more…)

Back to Vermont a minute

June 9, 2014

Tags: vermont, river, beauty, nature, happy, relax, cormorants, geese, sundog, clouds, sky, water, trees, green

Purple iris at the Marina in Brattleboro. YUM!
I just want you to see this. I am so lucky to live here.

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