Saint Lizier Trees outside the Bishop’s Palace
Saint Lizier and its trees. I love trees so much I thought it would make a nice back-to-school post for September.
Trees in Saint Lizier and news from the
Unter den Linden
It’s this time of year when kids are getting back to school and things are starting to catch up, even though I’ve been back to work for at least a whole month. We tend to spend a rather protracted time in our house in the mountains since Internet connections have caught up with us. Over a weekend a few weeks back we went to visit the so-called “Bishops’ Palace” in Saint Lizier.
As I’ve told you already, I’ve been working hard for at least a month. There is much to do on top of regular clients and their much-awaited deliverables, new projects, weekly blogging and podcasting work, it’s all very busy. But this isn’t all. I’m in the process of turning my business around and adding a new activity based on photography. Hence the overhauling of this website earlier this year.
You can have a look at my portfolios here, it’s all in the making and it’s just a beginning of course, but things are moving on. Today I’ll be roaming around town to purchase a new camera for my photo studio to be and a new lens, an 85 mm f:1.4 Nikkor lens dedicated to portraits.
No trees and not in Saint Lizier: news from my photo studio in Paris
As you can see, this is no time for idling, once all of this is done, there will be more work to be done on the website and next, we’ll work on the contract with photography company Ooshot.com who will send us new clients. Exciting times.
*Unter den Linden (literally under the lime trees) is a famous avenue in Berlin
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