Counter Arts
Published in

Counter Arts

I Walked Around the Largest Bamboo Maze in the World

A path of seven hectares in which to “enter and get lost, to fantasize and reflect”

Photo by Alina Stiba on Unsplash

For my birthday I went to the most giant bamboo maze in the world. It is part of the Great Italian Gardens and hosted Jorge Luis Borges. It is the “Labirinto della Masone” and is in Fontanellato, in the province of Parma. Makes a great…

--

--

--

Whacky, countercultural, and the only 1 Stop for Nonfiction on Medium.. Who cares what the algorithm says?

Recommended from Medium

Let’s Make Museums Cool

Untitled Pinned to Professional Photographers New Jersey on… | Professional Photographers New…

The ArtJam Event Series To Be Exported In Different Cities

Untitled Untitled Pinned to Professional Photographers… | Professional Photographers New Jersey |…

6 Best NFT Drops To Kick Off March 2022

Pinned to Professional Photographers New Jersey on Pinterest

Law and the essence of flight

Portrait and The Lighthouse: Your Work is not Your Own

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Francesco Carrubba

Francesco Carrubba

Journalist & Author, your Correspondent from Italy. francescocarrubba.medium.com/subscribe medium.com/@francescocarrubba/membership

More from Medium

Carmen Cusack Finds Her Bright Star

Kunal Kamra and the Comedy of Dissent

Faith and Family in ‘Lost in Space’

Worldbuilding: Religion (Origins)