Translation: Richard Sadleir
Language: bilingual Italian-English
Format: hard cover, 21x24 cm, 192 pages
"Beautiful things, seen from above, are even more beautiful."
There are several publications that tell about Tuscany from the sky: from certain heights, this land appears even more spectacular. But only this book makes use of an unprecedented point of view: that of bird's eye view, high enough to detach from the earth's crust, too low to be at high altitude, moving in that sphere that belongs to the world of birds.
Using any means he has ever raised from the ground - helicopter, hot air balloon, motor glider, paraglider, ultralight, biplane -, climbing towers and chimneys, using drones, telescopic columns, wireless controlled machines, self-built gimbals and a lot of work, Guido Cozzi has created a totally new iconography of Tuscany: from above, but not too much ...