“Dante knew his love for Florence, gleaned from partaking of the waters of the Arno river, would lead him to understand that our homeland is a wider water, it is the world, as the sea is the home of the fishes” –
There is no true journey without passing through a myriad of borders, – political, linguistic, social, cultural, psychological, and the invisible ones that divide cities and societies. We should go beyond borders, but also love them, as they define our reality for us, give us individuality, and give the world around us shape. We should be conscious of how flexible, temporary, and transitory borders are, like a person, and thus worthy of love, for they are fragile, like us.”
“Modern travel is a straight line, a direct escape, a sudden breaking of limits and ties, an immersion into the precariousness of the wide world, where one’s ego dissolves into the surroundings and a new person emerges.
It is ” a path of no return, where one discovers that there is not, can not and should not, be a way back.”
Pablo Munini Photography will include photographs from my journeys and life experiences in the exciting cities of Athens, Barcelona, Belgrade, Bogota, Bratislava, Budapest, Cartagena de Indias, Casablanca, Cape Town, Copenhagen, Ljubljana, London, Madrid, Marrakesh, Milan, Nice, Paris, Porto, Prague, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Sofia, Tallin, Tunis , Venice, Wien, Zagreb ; visiting Austria, Brazil, Colombia, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Sweden, South Africa, Tunisia, and many other places I hope to visit as I continue my journey along this path with no return, always going beyond the borders.
I want to express my gratitude towards my two collaborators on this site , Fernando Gonzalez Casanueva, a prominent figure in the world of art photography in Argentina who works on editing the site, and Meredith Brunel, a wonderful American friend, who helps me prepare and refine the texts accompanying my images.