Entries by alessandro

By Jupiter, it’s snowing!

This past winter saw some decidedly unpredictable weather: while rainfall was generally scarce south of the Alps, Northern Europe was hit hard by a series of low-pressure systems that brought heavy snowfall even at sea level.

A ZEUS in Campbell’s Cove

In the heart of The Rocks, the oldest and most historic district of Sydney, renovation works have been completed on Campbell’s Cove, a small and picturesque bay located between the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, two of the city’s iconic landmarks.

The pegasus of the white circus

Dazzling sun reflecting off the snow, the faces of the Jungfrau and Eiger mountains that seem to blend into a cobalt blue sky, which is crisscrossed by vapour trails from jets of the Patrouille de Suisse aerobatic team, as they swoop and swirl above a colourful audience watching from the stands and along the edges of the Lauberhorn piste.

An AGRI PLUS in the Land of a Thousand Lakes

Only two hours’ drive from the modern city of Gdansk lies the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship in northeastern Poland, one of the 16 historical regions into which the country is divided. The province is also evocatively known as the “Land of a Thousand Lakes” or the “Green Lungs of Poland”, due to the more than 2000 bodies of water (connected by navigable canals) and ancient, luxuriant forests that cover the area.