In bocca al lupo

So I begin this post eights months after my last post (December Now) from my camper, a 1988 Fiat Ducato Camper that I bought in the Netherlands.

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The above picture is of my first house parked next to the Brenta River near San Nazario in Veneto, Italy.

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I am writing this in an urban campsite on the fringe of a hot Torino, having finally taken some time to reflect upon the act of undertaking my six month camper journey through Europe.

Here are some of photos of I have taken so far along the way across the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy and back again.

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Kings Day, Amsterdam

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Campsite in Southern Germany

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Vienna Zoo, Beehives

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Woerden, Netherlands

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Strobl, Austria

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Linz, Austria

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San Nazario, Italy

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Venice, Italy

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Semonzo, Italy

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Argenta, Italy

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Quinto di Treviso, Italy

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Asolo, Italy

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Asolo, Italy

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Argenta, Italy

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Ferrara, Italy

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Venice, Italy

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Wolfgang See, Austria

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Quinto di Treviso, Italy

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Asolo, Italy

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Vienna, Austria

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Vienna, Austria

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Camper Club Cremona, Italy

I am about three months into this trip. See you on the other side.

-M

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About Michael Meneghetti

The little personal details can often be overlooked in the hustle of the city, but somewhere on the edge I always manage to stumble upon a little bit of visual gold! When I can, I make performances that explore a state of masculinity and curate video art for public spaces.

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