Embracing the Planet of Love

By: Pierluigi Giacobazzi


Modena, Italy

2016 December 26


From the photographer: "December 26th – St. Stephen’s feast day – is celebrated as a public holiday across all the Italian peninsula. In 2016 the day ended with a colorful sunset, then bright planet Venus and the little red colored spot of Mars. According to mythology, Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty, while Mars – due to its red-blood color – was named as the god of war. Just a few days before the end of 2016, looking back to all the violence occurred on planet Earth, such sky-poetry seems to remind me that the only solution for the human species to evolve is definitely embracing the planet of Love, refusing all kind of war and violence, just as the little tree seems to get ready to do with its arms.
Technical details: DSLR: Nikon D750 – focal length: 24mm f/1.4 (used at f/4.0) - exposure: 10,0 sec – ISO: 100, A Single-exposure image."
Pierluigi Giacobazzi

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