Italian landscape

Luciano Monti’s passion for landscape photography began in 1997, when he visited the locations shot by Ansel Adams and Edward Weston. He was deeply impressed by the spaces, nature, and light of the great American National Parks. He translated the strong feelings sparked by that trip into the streamlined images that made up his photo-book “Paesaggio Americano”, published in 1999.
He was then able to channel the same spirit while traveling in Italy, exploring the country’s territory through the experience told in “Paesaggio Italiano”, published in 2003.

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