This summer I spent a lot of time in the montains, and for once I wasn’t shooting other people having fun on a board or a bike: I was the one enjoying the ride (and sweating a lot).

With a growing passion for cycling and an obsession for climbs, I’m focusing on most famous passes, like the ones pictured on the left: the infamous Sella circle in the Dolomiti and the hors-catégorie Col du Galibier in the French Alps.  But I also love panoramic roads like Combe Laval, a XIX century road suspended on Vercors cliffs near Grenoble.

With the season coming to end, I am forced to pedal for longer distances on flat surface (boring), studying elevation profiles of next year climbs.

Langkofel from Sella Pass P1090089