He was playing a xylophone made of wood, that sounded like something from Indonesia or some far off land like… Read More »
I thought at the time that the shape of his face helped his act, and the silver doesn’t seem too… Read More »
This isn’t cross-processed, though it kind of looks like it. Rather, what I did was to make a black and… Read More »
It’s quite a building – all sweeping curves and lines that break through into the sky.
Near the Louvre in the Tuileries Gardens. I shot this with a Nikon P5100 that I no longer have.
Late afternoon in late October with the sun low on the horizon.
This is in the Church Of The Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. The light streams in from a circular hole in… Read More »
Soft light in the cafe
I was out wandering yesterday, exploring Edinburgh, and I came across Milk. I passed a number of cafe on the… Read More »
Photoshopped, of course.
This is Palmerston Place in Edinburgh.I shot this from inside a Starbucks with my iPhone propped against the window. I… Read More »
I met this woman at a reunion dinner. She told me she was a lawyer in Louisiana. Shot on film… Read More »
St. Andrew’s Square, in Edinburgh
They were in New York, somewhere near 42nd Street if I recall correctly.
I photographed this in Jerusalem and was struck by what seemed to be the intensity with which the woman was… Read More »
Blue toned and cropped because the original was 16:9
Another shot with film – I may have used a Nikon F90x and if so, then I probably used a… Read More »
I took this a long time ago – with a film camera. I don’t recall what film it was, but… Read More »
I shot this in the street between the Natural History Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum. They have semi-pedestrianised… Read More »
I photographed these on the Isle of May in the Firth of Forth east of Edinburgh in Scotland.
It’s funny, isn’t it, how someone can look cool – even when they are just a mannequin?
What is the power that comes from framing something or someone?
Nice little guy, isn’t he?