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I really like the lines and the simple structure of this heliconia. The growth pattern of the spoon-like bracts allows for simple scaling and no matter how large they become, they won’t block each other’s growth. When a heliconia blooms, … Continue reading
Last week I had the opportunity to shoot an incredibly patient but excitable model: Max. She’s a boxer-shepherd mix and it was just pure joy to work with her.
A long exposure of the mumok, the museum of modern arts in Vienna. I really like Vienna, don’t get me wrong, but after the overwhelming exposure to classic buildings with their statues, figurines, gargoyles, columns, domes, and odd flowery pieces, … Continue reading
The fog made it look like the bay was boiling. A few minutes earlier it had been so high that the bridge was completely hidden. Happy Halloween!
During the Memorial Day weekend, Club Passim had its Campfire Festival and on Monday, the Honky Tonk Ensemble, in which Pleuni is playing the fiddle, and the Mountain Music Ensemble played a couple of songs. I took the opportunity to … Continue reading
Yep, another evening shot from New York. This is Queensboro Bridge, which passes over Roosevelt Island (visible in the foreground) and connects Manhattan with Queens.
This one was also taken last weekend at the East River in New York. At this point we had just left the friendly shop that fixed Pleuni’s flat tire and which provided us with dearly needed shelter. What you see … Continue reading
Last weekend we visited friends who live close to Queensboro Bridge, New York. You see part of the bridge in the foreground. On the right is Midtown East and in the back you can just about spot the Williamsburg Bridge. … Continue reading
It’s been an awfully gray day today. All day long a drizzling rain came down from low hanging clouds. But at least I got a moody shot out of it. On the left you can see Boston’s Back Bay.