Alsace street corner mirror I’ve seen this street corner mirror in a small village in Alsace when we visited this part of France in a rather gray day of spring, but I thought it was quite interesting to photograph… I particularly liked the juxtaposition created by the look of the mirror and the bare branches
Fishing Ropes of Nova Scotia This is a decorative collage poster with various close-up photographs and details of colorful ropes used in the industrial fishing of Atlantic Canada I took all these photos in Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia because of the beautiful patterns they create when they are rolled and tied together. I like marine
Toys are less likely to be a subject to talk about in a travel site, but to me, traveling is not only about seeing landscapes and architecture… I’m always carrying the camera with me wherever I go and as an avid documentary type of photographer, I’m curious and like to observe things that others may
Ottawa architectural patterns. Here there are some representative images from my multiple photos I took in Ottawa. They are representing patterns, intersecting lines, rows and geometry in the architecture of the beautiful capital of Canada. Window reflections and architectural patterns, downtown Ottawa Lines and patterns of a modern office building on Spark street, Ottawa. It’s
Take me home! is the title of this image I took in a pet store in Ottawa, Canada. Would you adopt a kitten? Before you answer just look in their eyes… do they tell you anything? I saw them in a small pet store in Ottawa Canada. They were abandoned kittens from an animal shelter.
The Monsoon season in Arizona is a blessing after the almost painful dryness of the winter, when everybody and everything was desperately in need of a little water. In Arizona there was a little rain in June this year, but it didn’t last. The olive green of the desert is nice anyway – I always
Mural in Smith Falls, Ontario Smith Falls is a small town in Ontario, along the famous Rideau Canal of Canada starting in Ottawa and ending in Lake Ontario. On a 3 day trip to Thousand Islands for my birthday, we drove through this historic town. Suddenly, I saw a rather intriguing mural a side of
Old trucks in Sprague, Washington state – Welcome to “Dave’s Old Truck Rescue” Sprague is a small village almost a ghost town in Washington state, a real paradise for photographers and old cars and trucks lovers. Lucky that we thought to stop there! I would have spent days and days to photograph all these jewels,