Phil Wareham | River Adige, Verona

River Adige, Verona

Castel San Pietro looks down on the River Adige as it cascades under one of Verona oldest bridges, Ponte Pietra
Phil Wareham | Lake Carezza, Italian Dolomites

Lake Carezza, Italian Dolomites

Situate in South Tyrol, a frozen Lake Carezza nestles in a small hollow below the snow capped mountains.
Phil Wareham | Lakeside Lazise

Lakeside Lazise

The promenade at Lazise on Lake Garda looking back towards Bardolino
Phil Wareham | Bellagio


At the junction of the two legs of Lake Como, Bellagio is a small town known as The Jewel of the Lake. The lake lies close to the border with Switzerland in Lomabardy
Phil Wareham | Lecco Lake Como

Lecco Lake Como

Lake Como in northern Italy when viewed from overhead is shaped like an inverted Y. Lecco is located at the southern end of the eastern leg of the Y. Beyond the Campanile San Nicolo, shrouded in low cloud is San Martino and Cappelatta San Martino
Phil Wareham | Night time Bellagio

Night time Bellagio

Lake Como is the third largest of the Italian lakes behind Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore. It is shaped like an inverted Y with Colico at the northern end, Lecco at the bottom of the south east leg, Como at the bottom of the south west and Bellagio, known as the Jewel of the Lake, situated at the junction of the two legs. Sea planes are based on the lake and as a result Lake Como is the longest runway in the world.
Phil Wareham | Rialto Bridge Venice

Rialto Bridge Venice

Venice, the Grand Canal and the Rialto Bridge. An iconic shot of this famous thoroughfare complete with the ubiquitous gondola.