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Silvi 21-Apr-2009 12:38
Ciao Luca,

io per abitudine non leggo mai le istruzioni (ecco perche' non sono su facebook!) cosi' ho cliccato invia prima di scrivere il messaggio. Anch'io mi sono incuriosita e ho fatto le mie ricerche su google e... there you are ! Un fotografo e chi l' avrebbe mai detto! Ho cliccato a caso e mi sono vista tutta la serie delle finestre, un'idea interessante. Mi sono piaciute molto! Bravo anzi bravi!

David Rabkin24-Jul-2007 12:07
Hello Luca,

Your photos were presented with mine on Hungarian Armed Forces Day at the Ambassador in Athens. Anastazios choose my photos of Budapest. I looked for photos of Budapest on your site but didn't find. I found good photographies but there is no Budapest.

Good luck,
Guest 08-Mar-2007 08:13
Your photos have left an impression on me and that's a rare thing.
Richard Haas 16-Dec-2006 15:39
Could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Guest 23-Oct-2006 22:09
Cari Luca e Sarah

Complimenti per le vostre foto su PBase, sono veramente ben fatte, mi hanno fatto ritornare a casa anche se soltanto per un breve momento (sono un italiano che vive negli Stati Uniti da 24 anni).

Cordiali saluti,

Enrico Massetti
Buffalo, New York - USA 27-May-2006 22:20
This site is very useful. Keep up this excellent work - very good.
mauroman27-Feb-2006 13:45
grazie per la visita; i tuoi complimenti valgono il doppio... ho visto il tuo portfolio: bellissimo!

Richard Haas 29-Dec-2005 14:01
could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Jeff Cochran27-Dec-2005 14:36
High quailty galleries! Cheers.
rsub822-Nov-2005 18:01
Ciao Luca,

I take it that you were visited by the same Syun Ogasawara fellow (via your posting in his guestbook - his user name is soverg).

He asked for permission to use a photo of mine "in his blog." Rather than even wait for permission, he went and copied my photo (not the link) and put it in his blog. Just a heads-up to a fellow photographer: you might want to check if he posted the image anyway (I don't know if you decided to allow him to post your image).

Cheers, rsub8
Guest 25-Sep-2005 08:23
Luca--your site is great. You have a very creative eye, and you live in beautiful surroundings! I'm a student in New York, and I have applied to spend my last semester of school in Rome. I have wanted to go to Italy for so many years, and now I will finally have the opportunity to live there for a few months. Your photos make me look forward to my trip! I can't wait to see these things firsthand.

If you have the time, I would like it if you stopped by my site. I like your work so much, and I would appreciate any criticism you might have of my own photos:
Guest 16-Aug-2005 09:27
Grazie per il benvenuto, molto attraenti le tue foto.
Guest 13-Nov-2004 06:19
I really like the simplicity of your site. The complex photographs are really inspiring...great work.
Luca Gemelli03-Sep-2004 07:16
Please do not get me wrong. I will never ever say that Iraq would be better off with Saddam in power. He was a criminal (helped to reach power by the Us ... by the way). I doubt though whether the civilians that still die can be called side effects, collateral death. American civilian lifes and Iraqi civilian lifes have got the same value, or not?

America is a great country, that unfortunately sometimes gets the wrong side.

I.e. US supported Taleban rise to power in Afghanistan against the Russian , supported Iraq aganinst Iran in the war, supported Fulgencio Batista in Cuba, Pinochet in Chile, Somoza in Nicaragua and the list is very long. Kuwait regime is very fundamentalist, but obviously this does not matter, Saudi Arabia has been an ally of US...

Thank you America for having freed Europe from nazism, I will never stop saying that, but please remember life is important, american or iraqi.

One last thing: Cuba had Castro not been there would have been worse off, even if I think he should go now

I wish you a very nice day
Guest 03-Sep-2004 05:12
Iraqi citizens died because Saddam Hussein killed them. Hundreds of thousands of them. I guess you think that Iraq would be better off with Saddam in power. Afghanisan's girls would be better off with no schooling. Afghanistan's women would be better off not being able to work. And I guess you think that Saudi Arabia's women are better off because they are not allowed to operate motor vehicles. That Germany would have been better off under Hitler. That Cuba is better off with Castro. That Burma is better off with a murderous dictator in power. That that North Koreans are happy starving to death in a country whose only export is rockets, bombs and weapons. Than Iran is better off with a religious nut case telling the citizens what rules thay should be following.

We Americans don't believe that. And by the way, some us us do know the world doesn't end with the Pacific. We live 2500 miles away from the US mainland, and are the proud 50th state. A place called Hawaii. Aloha
DSamuel 17-Mar-2004 09:40
Ciao Luca
Any news or progress?
James Hicks 15-Mar-2004 06:25
Your photographs brought an hour of pleasantry to my day. Thank you for your work.
Adalberto Tiburzi10-Feb-2004 22:47