Pablo Avanzini

PabloAvanzini

Ferrol, Spain 1963.

A self taught photographer I started as an amateur in the early 80s. My interest in nature, rural and urban landscape, seascapes and, above all, the Tall Ships, have taken me to develop a photographic and editorial activity. My work has been published in specialized magazines, photography books and exhibited in Galleries. Some of my images have been purchased by private collectors. Currently I live in el Puerto de Santa María.

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In 2004 I built a personal virtual gallery on the internet with the idea of sharing my photographs with family and friends. To my surprise I received my first request for a photograph to be published on a magazine, from a complete stranger who just happened to “surf” into my site. This way, the thought of turning a serious hobby into a business began to take shape…

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Having served as a naval officer for over 24 years, a virtual encounter with world class tall ship photographer Thad Kozad was about to change my career life towards my lifelong passion, photography. We exchanged books and Thad wrote on a copy of his 4th edition Tall Ships: The Fleet for the 21st Century, “Pablo, you can’t change the wind but you can change direction!. Fair winds!”, thus I did.

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Social Media:

Facebook http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=810329184
LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/pub/4/367/238
Twitter http://twitter.com/pbggrlatino
Viadeo http://www.viadeo.com/es/profile/pablo.avanzini
Weblogs:

The Tall Ships Blog http://www.pabloavanzini.com Blog devoted to the international Tall Ships fleet, Sailing, Boating, Cruises, Travel & Adventure. Your comments, suggestions, ideas and contributions are welcome.

PBGGRLatino.com http://www.pbggrlatino.com Enfocado en la población de habla hispana sin limitarse a ningún área geográfica concreta, PBGGRlatino.com aspira a ser un punto de encuentro para toda la Comunidad Latina. (Written in Spanish)
Photography Galleries at Imagekind: tinyurl.com/5tnwt4

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