Where sheep do graze, Aveyron

Aveyron is Rocquefort country, the country where Lacaune sheep crowd together, grazing, on the steepest of green-clad hillsides. We saw these in the valley far below, from the road out … Continue reading Where sheep do graze, Aveyron

Madikwe Game Reserve – Giraffe against the Skyline

These images of Madikwe giraffe are a digression, I know, from our travels through France – and after France, there is still Istanbul to process and show – but when … Continue reading Madikwe Game Reserve – Giraffe against the Skyline

Brussels in Black-and-White

Brussels in colour, as I wrote in my post last week, says something about the city’s vibrancy, diversity, liveliness, charm. Brussels in Black-and-White offers an alternative view, a different kind … Continue reading Brussels in Black-and-White

Sandton – corporate heaven, human hell?

Interviewer: Sandton – corporate heaven, human hell? That’s a bit over the top, isn’t it? Me: It is. And the hyperbole is intentional. Sandton – the business centre that migrated … Continue reading Sandton – corporate heaven, human hell?

Exposure Compensation (when photography is a beach)

Interviewer: So what’s with the title of your post? Me: I guess it’s a play on the fact that photographing on the beach can be a tricky business. It’s like … Continue reading Exposure Compensation (when photography is a beach)

Fraumunster and Grossmunster in Black-and-White

These half-dozen black-and-white images are of the Fraumunster and Grossm√ľnster in Zurich, together with a view of the Altstadt from the Lake. I hope you enjoy them, along with my … Continue reading Fraumunster and Grossmunster in Black-and-White

Zurich fountains – three more images

As promised in yesterday’s post, here are three more images of fountains in Zurich’s Altstadt. You will see that I have done one more in black and white, but with … Continue reading Zurich fountains – three more images