My name is Davide Sasso and during the last year I traveled long and wide Italy, I have seen some of the most beautiful places in this fantastic country: from Rome to Venice, from Florence to the Dolomites.
I'm not sure how this started to be honest, but a couple of years ago now I became obsessed with creating my own little bath sanctuaries after a long day at work.
As time passes these seem to get more and more elaborate, but I can't deny that creating them is one of my favorite things to do!
You can see more of my bath shots on Instagram but in the meantime please enjoy the following creations, with a few at the end that is yet to be shared on my Instagram account!
I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy creating them!
Also, credit to @mywalkinthworld for originally writing a blog post about my bath shots.
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