If a picture is worth a thousand words, then I have written many books with my photography which I’ve used to document my experiences in Sicily over the last two decades.
Looking back over my archives I see my love for Sicily’s art, landscape and culture depicted in every image.
I want to share my photos with you in a series of posts, to tell you a little about the background and context of every one of my favourites as it’ll be fascinating to tell you more about my experiences.
So I’ve got a new series here on the SI&O titled Words from Sicily and also on my Instagram account just search #wordsaboutsicily or @sicilyinsideandout
Be sure to comment and tell me what you think. The posts with the most likes will be compiled into a small Zine (collection of photographs in a mini-book form) and depending on how popular the posts are I might make them available as prints or postcards.
The posts will be available as an ebook and keep an eye out for an upcoming online print store.
Please note these are my own photographs so they all are ©Rochelle Del Borrello 2021.
If you want to use my images simply contact me via sicilyinsideandout@gmail
Words from Sicily: Fichi d’India
Words from Sicily: Details
Words from Sicily: the art of sharing
Words from Sicily: Seraphim
Words from Sicily: A stroll with St Leo
Words from Sicily: Taormina
Words from Sicily: Recalling the road to Noto
Words from Sicily: Rambling around Taormina
Words from Sicily: Attracted to the details
Words from Sicily: Sunshine and the beach
Words from Sicily: Scirocco
Words from Sicily: A slice of life
Words from Sicily: 100 Sicilies
Words from Sicily: D.H Lawrence and the Sicilian Landscape