Anguillara, Italy

Photos and Text by Virginia Mastrostefano

I’m from Rome, Italy and one of my favourite places in the world is a small, medieval town called Anguillara, a place that I visited regularly as a little girl with my grandparents—nestled on a small cape on the coast of Lake Bracciano.

Whenever I travel back home it is always one of my first stops. Exploring Anguillara during the after-lunch “pisolino” is my preferred time to visit. The town is incredibly quiet and still, only occasionally hearing a baby cry or a woman scolding her husband. Anguillara holds many wonderful childhood memories for me and thought it only be appropriate to document a small part of the ancient town and its surroundings.

Seeing it in a different light through my third eye has been like discovering it for the first time all over again.

Photos (C) 2014 Virginia Mastrostefano

Virginia Mastrostefano lives and works in Brighton, England. She is obsessed with memories, nostalgia, and time. You can see more of her wanderings on her instagram and website.