Climbing with a camera or back to gallery
Why do some people choose to climb vertically after years of an orizzontally life? Since my first climbing I realized how different are the usual dimensions of life, when is possible to loose it. How is unusual to mind the next ten meters when we're used to plan the next ten months. Would u believe that in that vertical world your orizzontal life can make sense?

Climbing is air, a lot of air, and space, and fear, the kind of fear that keep you alive and let me forget any other input, any echo from the daily life. Climbing is left noise and space found.
Hiking is shaking hands with mountain, climbing is making love with her. I put my hands on the rock and something changes, the spectator becomes part of the show, and I belong to the mountain, like a stone, or the little insect running in every direction on the wall, just in front of my nose.
You'll find more people than landscapes here, because climb is a two-or-more-people experience, and I met so many people there.

See also the website of Club Alpino Italiano, that I'm managing. Inside, a short list of routes that I repeated (only the ones in Tuscany, and only in italian)


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Torre Torracca and Torre Cartuccia
Torre Torracca and Torre Cartuccia
Torre Torracca second pitch
Torre Torracca second pitch
Torre Torracca last pitch
Torre Torracca last pitch
from Torre Torracca
from Torre Torracca
Muzzerone, vertical
Muzzerone, vertical
Muzzerone
Muzzerone
Muzzerone
Muzzerone
Giacomo at Muzzerone
Giacomo at Muzzerone
Mason at Muzzerone
Mason at Muzzerone
Mason at Muzzerone
Mason at Muzzerone
to the Col d'Ape, Granpa
to the Col d'Ape, Granpa
early morning in Bivouak
early morning in Bivouak
Lorenzo, Salto nel Blu
Lorenzo, Salto nel Blu
From Capanna Ceragioli, Procinto
From Capanna Ceragioli, Procinto
From Capanna Ceragioli, Procinto
From Capanna Ceragioli, Procinto
From Capanna Ceragioli, Procinto
From Capanna Ceragioli, Procinto
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