This photo was taken on the day after my first official 10 km run in Ottawa, Canada. This was my first time in Ottawa while tulips are flourishing. The building behind is our parliament. This photo was taken with my old iPhone 7 in RAW mode with Lightroom builtin camera. A bit of processing was... Continue Reading →
Taken from my iPhone 7 while visiting my (old) parents still living in my home town. This monument is standing in front of a modern church designed by my father while he was a practicing architect at the very beginning of his career. Quite a few changes were made to this photo: perspective, framing, higher... Continue Reading →
I forgot about the photo montage I made following a business trip I made by train a few weeks ago. We were all in a spring mood but a snow storm struck again in this ever lasting winter. Now this is just a souvenir.
This was a few while ago, just before leaving for our vacation in Cancun, Mexico. Winter didn't want to give up easily. I was having my daily walk at night and then this frozen tree caught my attention. This is where I decided to freeze the moment.
Surveillance state is what comes to my mind at the time of the photo. I was standing there in the middle of the metro station. Looking up and seeing this kind of big eye looking at me, I had this idea. I chose to oppose this by pointing my own camera to this dangling thing.... Continue Reading →
Here is my newest addition to my photo legend series. They were all waiting for the train. Looking at something. I was fascinated by this lonely guy reading a newspaper. We don't see that often these days. It is not always easy to get the right pictures with a lot of humans. I took about... Continue Reading →
Thanks to a friend, this is me shooting something during an urbex session. This is where it all start. From being just there and listening to what the scene is trying to tell me. Edits by me with Snapseed.
Reading the newspaper while waiting for the train This was Sunday afternoon. Yound people staring at their smartphone screens. Something is wrong. An older man reading the newspaper. Two generations. Urban visual poetry I guess.
During a recent urbex session with friends we were exploring an abandoned church. In one of the room in the priest's house next to the church, there was this table right in the middle of the place with lots of left overs. It was clear to me that this place was frequently visited by people... Continue Reading →