From my project "TimelessScapes".
This image was taken by a selfmade pinhole camera along the river Fiora, central Italy.
This bridge was built by Etruscans and restored by Romans along the road that until the end of XIXth century connected the Vatican State with Granducato di Toscana (Tuscany State).
Today the bridge is still in use to connect the Vulci castle with the archeological site. This pinhole (lensless) image was taken from the river on a summer cloudy day. Pinhole fotography is my preferred technique because it is possible to take a photograph of time, not only of the subject. It's something magic. Also, with pinhole photography you returns to the origins of the photographic art: no technology, no automatic support, only a cardboard box, a small hole, a piece of B&W paper and your fantasy and capabilities.
The paper negative was reproduced and optimized digitally.