Tuesday, May 22, 2018

A balcony in bloom

From time to time I remember that I've still got a DSLR in my wardrobe and dust it off with some pictures of my flowers pots. The temptation of using the mobile, instead, is always overwhelming.

Friday, May 18, 2018

Little Japanese Girl

I've kept these two pictures in my darkroom folder for some years, waiting for the right time to pick one of the two and put it up. Our little Japanese girl, Gloria, unawares posed for me while portraying two blooming twigs of a peach tree.


Thursday, May 17, 2018

Back Home

Just dropped my rental car at Paris airport and taken off to Vienna. I got a good seat for watching out of the window, until it gets dark.

The Pier

Another evening on the coast, another point-of-view of the same singularity along the monotonous, endless frontier between dry land and sea.

The Paper Train

You don't need to go far to get a proof of the children spontaneity and inventive, when it comes to plying and staying together. Regardless of social classes, education, life styles and local traditions, children can be surprising, if they only were left alone on their own. And walking by the gate of a courtyard on a Sunday afternoon, you can spot a group of them doing something unusual, risky and deprecated that makes you laugh, until you turn the corner of the street and think "what an opportunity for a picture" and step back till you reach a favorable point of view.