In a always-in-a-hurry world like ours, small things go usually unnoticed, not only due to their tiny size: sometimes it’s not easy to see the beauty that lies within everyday objects, as we are used to consider them not worth a second look.
I am particularly fond of those details available in nature, and when I was a child I was lucky enough to be taught by my mom to find beauty everywhere.
The aim of my photography is therefore that of showing the wonders of a tiny yet meaningful world, giving the unnoticed a chance to breach itself and reach the surface.

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These are a few photographs from my portfolio that I would like to share with you:

[P.S. My name is Elena and I’m 29. I come from Italy and I collect dreams.]

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Sculptured Out of Silence

The magic of the Winter season trapped inside two frozen drops hanging by a cobweb’s thread.


The first step towards creating our future is leaving the darkness of the present behind, for only light can reveal the beauty inside each one of us.

Parallel Universe

This photograph is probably the one that best represents my idea of “Unconventional Microcosms”. It makes me see a whole universe in it, and reminds me of a quote from William Blake’s Auguries of Innocence that I have always loved:

To see a world in a grain of sand
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
And eternity in an hour.

A tribute to Pink Floyd

Dropping into Music

The Yellow Canvas

Painting my dreams.

The Ladder

Climbing my own insecurities.

Out of the Blue

The world in my head is always upside down.

Light Beyond Darkness

We should be grateful to obscurity: if it wasn’t for the surrounding darkness, we wouldn’t shine so bright!