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Photography for Writers

Why does a writer aspire to make a book of photographs like a traditional photographer did, like me for eg. Why does the writer look to the ‘approach’ to photography as a traditional photographer did, which more often than not often was  ‘project’ based, for a variety of reasons. 366 more words

'Still, I like Rollercoasters - Don't You?'

As we wanted to mark his birthday with some ‘Self’-esteem, I’ve been reading Will Self’s ‘Walking To Hollywood’. The similarity to W.G. Sebald (whose work Self has written about), struck me immediately. 728 more words

British And American

The Club Can't Handle Me

The title of this blog post is so so true, as we got denied entry from not one, not two, but THREE clubs in Paris. Here’s how it happened. 410 more words

Found photographs

For me, the experience of reading W. G Sebald’s Austerlitz was unique. I presumed, until I was nearly at the end, that it was a true though complexly layered account of an architectural historian’s life, as told to the author. 370 more words


Dag 19 : Pyramide van Austerlitz

In mijn aquarelboek van Gerstaecker, met Van Gogh aquarelverf en fineliner 0.1


Definition #285 Blowing Bubbles

In the evening,

on the deck in Austerlitz,

we discovered

flowing gigantic bubbles.

The iPhone video

 in slow motion,

was edited

in iMovie and the music of Enya… 14 more words