A couple of years ago, Marco Sgarbi quit his office job at an architecture firm and moved to a small village of Radicondoli. He spent the next 3 years, working as a shepherd in the Tuscan Hills outside of Siena while learning the ins an outs of photography as a side hobby. His early mornings were occupied by taking care of 250 sheep with the help of five trusty Maremma sheepdogs.
But, the incredible thing is that besides having his hands full, Marco always found the time to capture and document his life as a sheep farmer and the beauty of living a simpler and more natural life...
Aren't those images swoonworthy?
P.S: Italy's best kept secret.
P.P.S: And the peaceful charm of the Faroe Islands.
(via My Modern Met)