Paradise inhabited by devils: all the vices of St. Naples in the lens of Robbie Mackintosh
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Naples is the most controversial city in Italy. It combines prosperity and poverty, modernity and old traditions. Each quarter in Naples is a separate village, each street is a decoration for a street show.
Nero, Lucullus, Virgil and even the German classic Johann Wolfgang Goethe lived here, who wrote: "Naples is a paradise inhabited by devils."
All this contradiction is read on the faces of people who can be encountered on the streets. This city is either loved or hated. They either fall in love with him at first sight, or remember him with irritation. But you need to see it, hear the sounds of the city, breathe in the air of the streets, so different and unpredictable, look at the blue expanse of the Bay of Naples, hear a real Neapolitan song.
Scottish-Italian photographer Robbie McIntosh (Robbie McIntosh) documents the life of the streets of Naples, displaying random scenes in the frames that the city presents to him. You will also appreciate the vices and virtues of Naples, caught in the lens of a talented street photographer.