Photographer's Note

We are in Spiga street , one of the most famous fashion street of Milan with Montenapoleone Street. Pay attention at those two men on the left: what a killer look. They have noticed the prey and started the hunt. Like a great photographer they have framed her in their viewfinders and for no one reason in the world the men will leave her. A great Sicilian writer, Vitaliano Brancati, called this phenomenon gallismo (gallo = Rooster): in English may be translated with Roostering. Dreaming of women, thinking always about women, loooking always at women, wishing always women: this and other is gallismo. I dont want to give a judgement about this phenomenon, but surely we do it better.

In the workshop you will notice how vey well the viewfinders work.

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