This page is an open project and a story, a visual diary of these couple of months of quarantine caused by the Coronavirus. I’m a professional photographer, but I’m not a photojournalist. I couldn’t go and document critical places such as hospitals and similar. What I could do was tell our story, our quarantine. How was it to live as a little family in a village laid in the heart of the Italian alps? How was it for a mother, who has chosen to make a living out of photography over being a pharmacist (among those who are really at risk right now) , to suddenly be back at caring for her 4y/o daughter, with little or no income from her activity? (Thankfully my husband works in the food industryas a jurist, therefore we have this as main income).

Well this is my little piece of the puzzle, my little doing my part. Everyday I remind myself I am so lucky, because it may be hard when your liberty is taken away, but it’s also a moment full of grace, if I only stop to notice.

This page will be uptade as I catch on editing and as we proceed to the so called “phase 2” in May.


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A big help to keep my mind sane through this all, is coming most certainly from the only space we’re always allowed to go to outside: our garden. Here the only limit is our creativity and imagination. Having bought this house only a couple of months ago, there’s a lot to do in it, a lot to work on in the garden as well.

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You will see a lot of gardening in here, but there’s also a lot of simple moments and Faith too.

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I’d love to het in touch with you, reading this page of my site!

Coronavirus diary
Coronavirus diary

We are our rainbow:

Want to have such a unique memory of quarantine?

Contact me and I’ll be glad to help!