Monday, August 13, 2007
During the summer of 2007 I visited Italy and Greece with my father. I tended to shy away from taking pictures of mere monuments, seeing as they have been captured several times before and far better. While the art and architecture was awe inspiring and captivating, I spent most of my time documenting pigeon-human interactions in Venice and the surplus kitten population in Delphi. Only in heavily tourist trodden places can you see wild animals perfectly willing to perch upon one's shoulder or eat out of the palm of one's hand.