This is definitely a historical spot. It’s The Canovian Temple, a new classic church designed during the early 19th century by the renowned architect Antonia Canova. Everybody knows this place around here. It’s not a very accessible place, however, literally Holy ground.
Setting our minds to ‘patient mode’, we silently went out on our night shoot. Luck was on our side; we had one of the clearest winter skies we could have hoped for. We acted quickly before we were spotted and kicked out.
I had to create double exposure to get the result I had in mind. I wanted to capture something never seen before, something unique. I wanted a shot that would match the beauty and history of Italian art, modern skateboarding and the nature surrounding it.