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Cádiz, The Oldest city


Cadiz photo-book

Cadiz, the Siren of the Ocean according to Byron, is a city that gives off the beauty and poetry of the sea and its History linked to it.

Venturing in the heart of the city is like walking in time. Its walls, worn out by the weight of time, are witness to historic landmarks. From his port, Hannibal embarked on a quest to conquer Italy and Christopher Columbus set sail for the discovery of the Indies. The bartizanos surrounding the Castle of Santa Catalina defended the city from the siege of Napoleon and, along its alleys, a famous cry: ¡Viva la Pepa! There was a shout that celebrated the declaration of the first Spanish Constitution of 1812

Deauville, ville fleurie


Photo-book by Deauville, ville fleurie

Queen of the Norman coast …

“Not long ago, my dear gentlemen, I walked on its beach and I thought: Deauville is a name that evokes the poetry of greenery and flowers, and, as almost everywhere on our Normandy coast, no other place so intimately links impressive, the sea change and the radiant vegetation … ”

Julie Delabarre


Formentera, La più bella isola al mondo


Photo-book of Formentera

The visual essence of one of the most beautiful islands in the world, captured by Ana Zaragoza during her first trip to the island

Formentera is undoubtedly sea … represents the most delicate essence of the Mediterranean

The photographs taken by Ana Zaragoza convey in a deliciously poetic way the light of the island, its atmosphere of a simple, timeless and intimate beauty

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Hondarribia, Haize Itsasoa


Photo-Book of Hondarribia, Haize Itsasoa

History, beauty and magic by the sea

This is a collective photobook about the city of Hondarribia in the Basque Country, Spain. The book was made between Caravanbook and the student group MAD_TOTAL, which is a course offered by the MADPHOTO School in Madrid.

Naples, Napolae


Foto-Libro de Nápoles

Nápoles, eterna belleza sul mare…

“Nápoles es un mundo entero, y si intentas fotografiar un mundo entero, estarás condenado al fracaso. Con solo una cámara de otro momento y una película a punto de desaparecer, me encargué de fotografiar un fragmento de ese mundo mientras lo exploraba como un viajero. Una ciudad que no fue enterrada sino que se desliza entre tus dedos. Una ciudad que desaparece en cada esquina para levantarse de nuevo como el misterio de los mil colores llamado Napule. “

Juan Santos

Solstalgia by Marina Vitaglione


Solastalgia is a form of nostalgia that you feel when you are still at home, but the environment has changed.

Written in the voice of Venice, a city abandoned by its inhabitants and gradually sinking into oblivion, this moving book recalls its former life of greatness and speculates on the result of the worsening of its situation.

The photographs are made of film negatives that remain soaked for weeks in the same Adriatic sea water that is deteriorating and actively swallowing the city.