Cinque Terre, Italy
Five rustic Italian villages along a scenic stretch of Mediterranean coastline make up Cinque Terre. It’s a beautifully preserved world heritage site that offers a glance into seaside Italian towns dating back as far as the 11th century. Life can still be simple despite people coming from all over to see these small but dramatic places – fishermen still sell their daily catch each afternoon on the main street, the wine is still brewed locally and cultivated from the terraced grapevines, and in the afternoons locals and foreigners alike gather by the seaside for a swim. Visiting Cinque Terre was an outstanding experience. These are my captures.