Sardinia | by Photographer Maximilian Virgili

All images ©  MAXIMILIAN VIRGILI

All images © MAXIMILIAN VIRGILI

For Berlin-based photographer Maximilian Virgili, annual trips to Italy have become tradition. During his most recent trip, Maximilian traveled to the island of Sardinia—capturing the landscape in the midst of spring.

Italy has been a country that’s sought out by many and for photographer Maximilian Virgili—it’s no different. Its traditions, inhabitants, cuisine and overall culture are things that continue to pull him towards the country. So this past spring, he traveled with a friend to the island of Sardinia.

Spring typically offers a refuge from large crowds and an even more incredible landscape, teeming with blooming spring flowers. However, during his trip he unintentionally found himself exploring Sardinia during a time when many Italians are on break for the Easter holiday.

He managed to capture the island during this special time of celebration, as well as the diversity of its landscape. From romantic, picturesque countryside scenes to endless flat fields, huge mountains and bight blue beaches. In his words, “it’s definitely a place worth another visit.”

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