When you’ve ever scrolled by a wanderlust or journey hashtag on Instagram, the chances are fairly good that you simply’ve come throughout one in all Grey Malin’s photos. The photographer, finest identified for his colourful, aerial views of seascapes and seashores, has developed fairly the spectacular following—with a number of books to his identify and over 300,000 followers.
So it was a little bit of serendipity that the enduring Italian home of Bvlgari would launch their latest males’s scent — Man Wooden Neroli — impressed by the wild crops, timber, and flowers one would encounter alongside the coast of Italy. Malin has spent the previous six years touring all through the nation, turning his lens onto the good landscapes of the Amalfi Coast, Capri, Tuscany, Sicily, and past. “The scent jogs my memory of the sunny days I spent alongside the Italian coast,” Malin says. “It enhances my visible reminiscence of my time there.”
To commemorate each the launch of the perfume and Malin’s newest picture ebook (aptly titled Italy), we requested the photographer about his journey suggestions and capturing that good shot.
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