As you can imagine, the images are beautiful, inspiring, and poetic; see Garance's post, here.
Mr. Della Valle and crew were incredible hosts and allowed us to see a side of Capri that a first-time visitor rarely experiences. For a location as famous as Capri to live up to decades of hype seemed impossible, and yet it was even more enchanting than I had expected.
This rugged landscape has been tamed by the luxurious Italian lifestyle: food, architecture, the highest standard of living. Capri will be high on my list of favorite locations, going forward.
A big big thanks to Diego, Andrea, Sarika, and Mariacristina.
The bougainvillea flowed down the architecture and mountainside like a beautiful floral fog.
Super-host Diego Della Valle.
Lee Radziwill at the exhibit's opening party.
Walking around Capri, you really have to keep your eyes open. Every corner you turn there is a new tableau.
Aerial view (well, actually - from just really high up the mountainside!) of the world-famous La Fontelina lido.
This shot is really for Garance. A native Corsican, she has taught me to appreciate the diversity of flora and fauna a Mediterranean island can offer. The smells are just incredible.
Scenes from the "Deva," easily one of the most beautiful sailboats on the Mediterranean.