Today’s photo challenge is about motion. Two days ago (that is right before I broke two of my toes by moving my desk to the other side of the office and dumping a huge weight on my foot!) I was visiting the St Georges area around my office. As I was fidgeting with my camera... Continue Reading →
I have just come back from a stroll around St Georges. At a time when art gallery owners are smoking a cig in the doorway of their shops. I couldn’t help taking a photo in Vivian Maier style after seeing that film last night. I tried a black and white version but I think the... Continue Reading →
Street photographers lurk in the background, hidden behind lampposts, taking shots from afar. Cartier Bresson would probably be mauled by angry passers-by nowadays. Who knows… Bel Air. May 2014.
At last I can walk about town and I can take pictures too. Yet, on that beautiful Spring day (temperatures around 25 celcius in Paris today), my crutch was never very far away from me. March 9, 2014.
Bad weather conditions and a sprained ankle have kept me away from my photographical work in the past few weeks. I dished out those two pictures taken from Clara Halter’s Wall for Peace monument. Inside, behind shattered glass, a delegation from the Tamil refugees in Paris were protesting against what they presented as crimes against... Continue Reading →