Posts tagged photography
Finally decided to put my work for sale.
If you want my prints,go to my Society 6 Page,I´ll add new photos every week.
Time to pimp myself!
Great weekend for all,
Post Office Building’s facade and the very familiar traffic situation across it. Former extra-active and in-demand building. The new forms of communication (texting, BBM, Skype-ing, etc.) have kept it lie-low than the usual.
The place is a good spot for capturing street portraits and human condition too considering the lovely different kinds of people wandering around its vicinity.
I love how you always show different points of view of your images,and the B&W here gives such a “calming” mood even with all that traffic there! Thank you my dear <3!!
This brings me so many good memories….I had a similar one that’s been in my family home since forever and I remember playing with my lil sister pretending we were these high society silly ladies hehe….thank you so much for the trip,and your personal story!
Technically this telephone is still property of the french government. At the time, you could only rent your equipment.
Paris, San Francisco, Paris, San Francisco and a drive to New York. We moved many times and this telephone always got a special place in the house.
My grand-parent’s telephone.
What a great day you had thank you so much for sharing it!
A TRIP THROUGH MY EYES
We spent the day in town, catching up, after 30 years, eating pizza, gawking, buying a bunch of stuff, beach towels, a purse that fell apart later, looking for a special statue, gifts to take home, what else? I can’t remember. We took naps, bought cheese and crackers, salami, hummus, wine and rode out to the dunes, a sunset, Atlantic Ocean, seals swimming north, storm clouds, glaciers and wind and escarpments, 6,000 years ago this all was formed, we learned. Here and there dune shacks sat on the horizon.
Provincetown, Mass. USA
For information about this project: Laura’s Sunday Project
Glorious my dear,just glorious. All my gratitude and lots of kisses for you
©yama-bato,”Spiritual Home”, “Mother of God” Monastery ,2012
Tăuţi-Floreşti Monastery “Acoperamantul Maicii Domnului” , Romania
Romanian Orthodox Woman Monastery near to city Cluj.
Thanks so much Laura!
I simply adore everything that has to do with London as my sister lived there for years and my nieces are English,there are so many things I still have to discover in this amazing city,even when I’ve been there more than 15 times now! Thank you for sharing!!
© AC …….taken yeasterday. the very ornate and impressive ‘landmark’ for Londons Coliseum Theatre (home of the english national opera who are currently performing julius caesar) on St. Martin’s Lane, central London. It is one of London’s largest and best-equipped theatres and opened in 1904, designed by theatrical architect Frank Matcham, for impresario Oswald Stoll. You can’t see the full detail in the pic which was taken with my iPod camera, but it’s amzing…and highlights for me the disproportionate wealth in edwardian england.