Plongez Magazine – La classe a l’Italienne

PLONGEZ MAGAZINE Portfolio.        LA CLASSE A L’ITALIENNE   Go to the site:                        

NATURE TTL – From Amateur to Professional

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Procida Capitale della Cultura 2022- Water Surface

      un’esposizione per portare alla luce il tema dell’inquinamento ambientale La mostra Watersurface ha il doppio scopo di presentare l’opera di tre fotografi subacquei di fama internazionale Nicholas Samaras, Pasquale Vassallo e Guido Villani e di dare impulso alla lotta contro l’inquinamento da plastica che attanaglia i mari e gli oceani di tutto il mondo.   INFO:    

ISCHIA & PROCIDA – Guida al Parco Sommerso del Regno di Nettuno

ISCHIA&PROCIDA  an underwater exploration guide in the Kingdom of Neptune. ISCHIA&PROCIDA guida al parco sommerso del Regno di Nettuno Pasquale Vassallo Testi: Gennaro Di Fraia – Maria Sorvino Valtrend Editore INFO:                

Poste Italiane

Il mio scatto “La Capitale” dedicato a Procida 2022 – Capitale Italiana della Cultura, diventa la cartolina per Procida da Poste Italiane. Poste Italiane – Filatelia. Area Marina Protetta Regno di Nettuno                                              

Daily Mail On line

        These photographs show a cuttlefish dragging a discarded condom through the sea, laying bare the shocking effects of mankind’s pollution of the world’s oceans. The cuttlefish was spotted pulling along the condom, made of latex or polyurethane, after likely mistaking it for food in a lagoon in Miseno near the Italian port city of Naples. Pasquale Vassallo, a photographer from Napoli, who captured the disturbing pictures, said his first reaction was of ‘amazement and despair.’   Read the article:       A photographer captured a cuttlefish dragging a discarded condom through the sea near the Italian port city of Naples

La Repubblica-Green & Blue


SUB – Underwater Magazine

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NATIONAL GOEGRAPHIC – Family Reference Atlas of the World

This exquisitely updated edition of National Geographic’s popular and reader-friendly Family Reference Atlas features authoritative maps, detailed artwork, and explanatory graphics–an indispensable source of information for inquiring minds, young and old. In these richly illustrated pages, every country in the world is represented by a detailed map within its geographical context and also its flag, key statistics, and secondary maps with environmental and population information. Special sections feature maps and facts about the ocean, the solar system, and the universe beyond. Newsworthy topics from climate change and human migration to languages and digital connectivity are explained in maps, graphics, and photos. Fully indexed, and written to engage all ages, this indispensable atlas belongs in every family library.