[REPOST] Italy’s Summer Beaches Look Even More Beautiful From Above

Photographers don’t ever really  take vacations. They’re always shooting. Or thinking about shooting.Take Bernhard Lange, for example. When the German photographer visited an Italian resort on the Adriatic Sea, all he could think about was how the endless rows of beach umbrellas might look photographed from the sky. “Already from the ground, they looked very symmetrical, repetitive and graphic,” he says. “I thought they might look even more interesting from above.”

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