Misty, moody days at the park. It doesn’t happen often in Phoenix. In Boston, probably a bit more often. The shaded paths were a little shadier. And beyond the border of the shade, everything felt a bit unsaturated thanks to the mist that morning.
Photos of night time scenes can be surprisingly colourful. With everything being so devoid of light, the little snatches of colour that appear feel more amplified. The street lamps on this empty alley in Malaga cast such a beautiful orange colour on the more reflective […]
Closing out this week of photos with another from Beirut. Can anyone else tell me where you’d see a scene like this—a yellow, pink, and white building, all in completely different styles. With one having actual palm trees growing in the balconies. The palm tree-adorned […]
This photograph does not look real. Every time I see it, there’s something about it that looks completely artificial. These types of buildings shouldn’t be mixed together like this, should they? I absolutely love walking around this part of Boston for this reason. The mish […]
February, 2019, I spent a scant 4 days in Beirut. But they left an indelible mark on me. The same cliched reason that most people give when they travel to any place—the people, the food, the culture—but beyond that it was also the look and […]
In this week of black and white themed photos, I’ve bounced around a little bit from lots of texture, not so much texture, big natural landscape. And now I’m sharing an image that is in contrast to… well high contrast black and whites—low contrast black […]
Clifton, Arizona. A tiny little town with a population of around 3,700. Just a stop along the way—or more accurately—the start of a fun “little” drive. An interesting, and dare I say it, eye-opening town for this Brit who’s really not seen a lot of […]