Brousse-le-Chateaux, the prettiest village in France

Interviewer: Brousse-le-Chateaux, by the river Tarn in Aveyron, is supposed to be one of the prettiest villages in France. You went there, with your wife and children and grandchildren, on … Continue reading Brousse-le-Chateaux, the prettiest village in France

The Village Fete at Coupiac

I can think of no better way of expressing the joy and delight we experienced in France, on our recent holiday, reconnecting with family, relishing the countryside, with its steep … Continue reading The Village Fete at Coupiac

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

Kalk Bay Fishing Harbour

Interviewer: You were going to talk about working in black-and-white. But these images are in colour. Me: How perceptive of you! Some images will work both in colour and in … Continue reading Kalk Bay Fishing Harbour

Fraumunster and Grossmunster in Black-and-White

These half-dozen black-and-white images are of the Fraumunster and GrossmĂĽnster 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

Puente Romano with La Mezquita in the background

Night, Puente Romano, with La Mezquita in the background

Two weeks’ discovery of Spain – first Madrid, then Sevilla, Ronda, Granada, ends in Cordoba, in some ways the most subtly engaging place of them all – and the few … Continue reading Night, Puente Romano, with La Mezquita in the background