“O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms, Alone and palely loitering? The sedge has withered from the lake, And no birds sing.” “La Belle Dame sans Merci” – John Keats The phrase “alone and palely loitering“, always comes into my mind when I am photographing people who are ……… well……. alone and palely loitering. Please click on Read more about Alone and Palely Loitering.[…]
HOUSES: A selection of monochrome images of houses dating from the 14th century…….. ………..up to the late 19th century: Old houses which have fallen into ruin… ….. some older houses which have been well-preserved: All these and more can be found in the gallery below: (Please click on any image to view full-size Read more about HOUSES: From 14th to 19th Centuries.[…]
Indoor Walkways. Everything from a stairway built for the Knights Templar in a 16th century fort….. ……to an ultra-modern escalator in a shopping centre…. and a few things in-between. Please click on any image to view full-size or for a slideshow: To see more walkways, visit Cee’s Black & White Challenge.
StreetLife in Lisbon as seen from a Tram. A new series starts here today on StreetLife. One very easy way to enjoy street photography is to bag a seat by an open window on one of Lisbon’s traditional wooden trams and snap away. This first one shows our tram driver: These next give a Read more about StreetLife 1: LISBON from a Tram[…]
Park Güell: From Private Estate to Public Park Originally planned as a private estate of houses for wealthy families, the construction of Park Güell in Barcelona began in 1900. Eusebi Güell employed Catalan architect Gaudi to draw up the plans. Like all of Gaudi’s creations this park is on the Top Ten List in all Read more about BARCELONA: Textures in Park Güell[…]