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Wintertime in Austria

Winters are not anymore what they used to be in Austria, the climate change doesn’t stop at the Alps unfortunately. As a kid I remember a lot of snow in Vienna, nowadays we don’t see barely any white in the cold season. 36 more words


One town, One mile, One camera - Macclesfield

Back to my one-one-one project for this post. Macclesfield is the nearest big-ish town near us, and we often find ourselves there for one reason or another. 81 more words


Highlighted movie Monday: A Streetcar Named Desire

Based on the play by Tennessee Williams, A Streetcar Named Desire follows the Kowalski household, with its central protagonists Stanley and Stella. With Stanley and Stella’s marriage already in turmoil, more problems arise when Stella’s sister Blanche comes to visit from Mississippi. 80 more words


Cleveland, OH: On the Edge (Edgewater)

I repeatedly have to complain about the weather here in Cleveland, especially living near the lake. I either hate that much which make me talk about it non stop, or it just makes a great intro for a new post! 274 more words


Nick, with grain. 1980

Doing another one of the ‘photos from my past’ posts here. If you think these are somewhat self indulgent well, you’d be right. But they’re quite fun to do; most of these early ones come from rolls of film where I no longer have the prints and there isn’t a contact sheet for the negatives, so it’s a bit of rediscovery for me too. 373 more words


Black & White

Black and white are the colours of photography. To me they symbolise the alternatives of hope and despair, to which mankind is forever subjected – Robert Frank… 17 more words


Monochrome Monday – 41

Jaco van kempen – StudioGonz

“to take a photograph is to participate in another person’s mortality, vulnerability, mutability. precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt.”  ― Susan Sontag, On Photography… 8 more words