Wanderlust is an English term and refers to feeling a strong desire to travel and explore the world.
One of the things I love most about my job is definitely the chance to travel all over the world.
When I was little, my dad traveled a lot for work. I remember he had an atlas and I spent hours and hours leafing through it, daydreaming about travels around the globe.
And so, as soon as I was 18, I took my backpack and left. Destination: Interrail, a journey by train, from Turin to Marrakech and back, which lasted about a month. It was 1997, there was no digital, there were no computers, there was no internet or even cell phones. Can you imagine it? In the backpack, I had my trusty analog Nikon and a dozen rolls of 27 poses, some in black and white and others in color. There were thousands of photos, every shot was weighted and photographed really only what struck you in the depths. It was truly a wonderful journey.
But the journey that has changed my life the most was definitely what I did in India, in 2001.
It was not a journey, it was the journey, the one that forever changes the perspective, the thought, the feeling. It lasted two months, it changed my life, and it was so wonderful that when it was over, it took me a lot to recover. It left me inside what the Brazilians call saudade, it left it inside forever. If I could I would stay there again right away. A journey that I recommend to everyone, especially young people.
So it does not matter where you will get married, because I will follow you wherever you want, with a light, carefree and curious heart. Ready to photograph your love with passion.
The world is a book and
those who do not travel
read only one page.