For many years, Isaia aimed the lens at three monuments profiled against the Turin sky. To immortalize the Mole Antonelliana, the Monte of Cappuccini and the Basilica of Superga he awaits the most particular conditions, natural and otherwise. Lightning, fog, rainbows, snow, sun, rain, moon, fireworks and clouds, many clouds: the most disparate, the most varied, from the sweetest spring to the heaviest autumn full of rain.
His infinite patience was rewarded by the skies of Turin, celebrated by authors such as Nietzsche, Buzzati or Gozzano, and generous in their subalpine changeability.
In 2000 a photographic book entitled Turin, the magic of its sky was published.
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