Sensazioni d’Abruzzo: A Visual Bucket List to Abruzzo

Diamonds of Abruzzo, Pacentro

Pacentro

Many people ask is there a must-see or visit Abruzzo bucket list?  For those looking for a list driven by visiting visual natural treats, you could seek inspiration from Alessandro Speca’s new photography book, ‘Sensazioni d’Abruzzo’ which is also available as a handy digital copy to track down highlights of Abruzzo.  Some of us need a visual guide to prompt us into beginning researching a decision about where to go on a precious break, and this is helpful with some of it being bi-lingual.

Extreme Peace Abruzzo

Extreme Peace Abruzzo

Ages ago I started following Alessandro on Instagram, loving one of his starling murmuration shots that resembled an elephant and later found out he was crowdfunding a photo book so suggested our Life In Abruzzo Facebook group may like to support the initiative. It worked!

“Life in Abruzzo was so helpful in spreading the story of my crowdfunding and providing a platform to help sell the book to non-Italians. Thank you for your precious help.”

Alessandro turned to photography as a way of moving on from the double whammy of a relationship breaking down and losing his job due to the pandemic.  Traversing the region at first and last light was a useful healing remedy that other people may like to follow!  Across his 90 shots, he takes us on a heartfelt and seasonal journey of Abruzzo.

To Order a Copy

Email Alessandro to buy a copy! A hard copy is €20 and €10 shipping.  The digital version is €15.

Sam Dunham
Author: Sam Dunham

Sam is a very lucky midlife 'mamma' to A who is 12 and juggles her work as a self-employed freelance SEO food and travel copywriter and EFL teacher. She is the founder of the Life In Abruzzo Cultural Association, co-founder of Let's Blog Abruzzo. she is the founder of the 'English in the Woods' initiative, teaching English outdoors in a forest style school.


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