No, you will never find one of my workshop in the Faroe Islands

Every year hundreds of pilot whales and other dolphins (some years up to 1500) are hunted and brutally killed in the Danish protectorate of the Faroe Islands in a practice known as the ‘grindadráp’ or ‘grind.’ The cruel and bloody practice continues with the support of the Danish government, in conflict with Denmark’s international legal obligations.

The Slaughter in pills

  • More than 800 pilot whales killed every year

  • Supported by the Danish government

  • Killed in name of tradition

  • Unbearable. Unnecessary. Unmanly.

For these reasons, I’m a proud supporter of Sea Shepherd battle against the grindadráp to the heart of the Faroese and Danish institutions that continue to promote this outdated practice.

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image credit: Caroletta

The Grindadráp

The Fighters

The Battlefield

Francesco, your Rebel

NiSi, f-stop Gear & X-Rite Ambassador, Francesco has a passion for the sea and for travels that let him visit some of the most iconic locations on this planet looking at them with different eyes.

While continuing to travel in search of new landscapes to be photographed, he now lives and works in Milan where he collaborates with companies, sites and magazines for the diffusion of photographic culture in Italy and in the world.

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