Cadets flirt at dusk in Naples, Italy. Giulio Rimondi took a two-year journey across his Italian homeland, photographing private moments and beautiful landscapes. He traveled north, east, west and south. "I basically got lost," he said.
A street in Bonassola, Italy. Rimondi hopes to turn his "Italiana" photo essay into a book.
A priest listens to a Mass in Padova, Italy. "It was a private moment that I stole," Rimondi said. "He was listening to a Mass, which is something that is very much private. That is humanistic photography."
This shot was taken at the border with Slovenia.
A deserted province in the Po Valley.
A retired professor has a meal in Trieste, Italy. Rimondi said he never asks permission to take any of his photos. "I take two or three photos without being noticed ... something happens ... and that is when you take the picture," he said. "That is the moment of the picture."
Inside the Ca' Foscari University in Venice, Italy.
A thousand-year-old tree in Palermo, Italy.
A woman lives in primitive conditions in Italy's Calabria region.
Dusk in the gullies of Aliano, Italy.