A martial arts man producing a photography book?
Martial arts may go, the eye for details stays.
This is a selection of what my Aikido eye made me see across the world between 2005 and 2009.
About the AuthorSimone Chierchini
simoneirland Vasto, Abruzzo, Italy
Simone Chierchini (Rome, 1964) started Aikido at the age of eight and has travelled the world as a student and teacher of it, changing friends, students and partners but never forgetting to carry along his camera
Publish Date November 09, 2009
Tags Punta Aderci, Caldora Castle, Strandhill Beach, Scalea Castle, Lago di Sant'Angelo, Czech Republic Church of Our Lady, Popolo Square Fountain, The Three Shades, Rodin Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, Eiffel Tower, Botanical Gardens, Santa Caterina, Pantano do Sul, Podere La Parcia, Misano Adriatico, Cavallone Caves, Lama dei Peligni, Komiza Bay, Vis Island, Le Castella, Isola di Capo Rizzuto, Ilha do Mel, Savonarola Monument, Cimitero Monumentale Ferrara, Co. Clare, Elphin Windmill, Donegal Castle, Lycian Tombs, Co. Offaly, Labby Rock, Ballindoon Abbey, São Paulo, Campo Provenzano, Iarnród Éireann Tracks, Lough Meelan, Co. Roscommon, The Thatch Pub, Co Sligo, Simone Chierchini, Aikido Organisation of Ireland, Sligo AIkikai, Vasto, Urbino, Taormina, Strandhill, Scanno, Scalea, Roccascalegna, Prague, Pienza, Pesaro, Disneyland, France, Paris, Denizli, Pamukkale, Montepulciano, Marche, Abruzzo, Croatia, Komiza, Calabria, Parana', Emilia, Ferrara, Feakle, Izmir, Ephesus, Elphin, Donegal, Dalyan, Clonmacnoise, Toscana, Chianciano, Castlebaldwin, Brasil, Cananéia, Italy, Sicilia, Çamlık, Boyle, Turkey, Muğla, Bodrum, Ballyfarnon, Ballisadare, Ireland, Geevagh, Ballinashee, Aikido, Aikikai