No red hearts, archer angels or cheesy cards. Just a couple of photos (of couples).
You’d have a hard time trying to convince me to go swimming in waters where there might be jellyfish. But put some glass between me and them, and I can watch them for hours.
An allegory of the duality of politics: all clean and majestic on the surface, and blurred and sketchy behind the scenes.
An old biology book, a terrestrial globe and a human skull wearing glasses: this is the sort of weird arrangements you may encounter on a French open-air junk and antiques fair.
Hidden in a clearing in the middle of the forest, this dwelling looks like a miniature version of traditional Normandy houses.
Miltonia? Miltoniopsis? Regardless of the precise taxonomic genus of these orchids, I’m always amazed by the complexity and beauty nature can achieve.
42,812. That’s the number of files currently residing in my “photos” folder. They span seven years of photography, three continents, and an evolving mix of taste, experience and equipment. This mosaic marks the inauguration of the gallery section of this site, where I’ll be sharing the pictures I like the most.