Milan (Italy). Selfies for everyone. Selfies everywhere. It seems that visiting a place is not important for the place itself, but to show on social networks that you have been there. It’s more a matter of “putting a flag” than “increasing your cultural knowledge”. No need to say: I strongly disagree with this approach and I’m developing a sort of rejection for selfie-lovers and their ridiculous sticks. For this reason, whenever I’m shooting something around the world, I find these subjects quite interesting for my photos: they offer a clear contrast between the ancient human genius (which built magnificence things, like for example the Milan Cathedral, or “Duomo di Milano”) and the contemporary human stupidity. Where are we going?