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There are No Green Cars in Paris

No lone pedestrian likes
waiting to cross the road.
Long before the light changes
they are twitching
in search of an opening.

Dark grey,
ever-fashionable black, 100 more words

Back to school

When I was in Art College one of my majors was printmaking, I made screen prints, etching and spent countess hours in the print studio at school. 147 more words


A Seaside Dreamer’s Walk (Midweek Among the Ordinary)

Midweek, one ordinary early evening, I watched people shuffling across the street moments after being set-free from their train ride home, from a busy city where they work doing a range of things: technical, in law, banking, construction, in art and fashion… 667 more words

Poppy with butterfly paper cut

Many of my ideas came from a simple notation of “what if?”: yesterday while taking some photos of some of my latest my paper cut,I noticed one was done on black paper, another one was in while.All of sudden, I thought it would be.interesting to combined them together like ying and yang, black and white. 57 more words


To Survive in the City of Chaos, Confusion and more

You may have heard the name of ‘Mumbai’, it is the city that has the highest GDP among most cities of Asia, and is also the financial capital of India. 624 more words


the city out my window

A few years ago my daughter Kirsten gave me this Matteo Pericoli book.

It sits on the shelf near my writing table.  On the other side is a window facing the alley.   323 more words


Plunging Into Detroit, 1966

In the late 1960’s the “urban plunge” was an experience recommended to those who had not lived in an urban area or who had lived in a privileged area and had no direct experience of how the “other half” lived. 704 more words