Month: September 2019

Small Suspended Garden In Mexico

I photographed this small suspended garden in Guanajuato, Mexico. It was just a small balcony on a narrow street going up the hill.  As small as it was, the balcony was full of flowers. Some were filing the… Read More

Beaver Work

This is a beaver work! You may have guessed already by seeing the photo. I guessed it immediately too, even though I had never seen something like this before. We know of course about beavers and the fact… Read More

After the Party

This is an After the Party scene I saw in a backyard in Canada after Halloween. Some still nice looking pumpkins were stacked together on a backyard bench in the trash corner. ** For those who don’t know,… Read More

The Ghost Rider

I called this photo The Ghost Rider because it looks like a nebulous thing passing by… 🙂 This was an example of motion blur photography I gave in my article: “To Focus or Not To Focus” at Travelways.com…. Read More

Stars are Magical

Stars are magical I think… That’s because they only show to those who love them. I’m not talking about the stars in the sky, neither about those in movies. I’m talking about upbeat magical stars created by the… Read More

Autumn colors and foliage photography

Autumn colors are always a subject for great photography. Fall is by definition the season when nature goes to rest, but it does this in a spectacular way. I took all the photos below in Canada. * Click… Read More

Evening rush hour at the bus stop

The evening rush hour is a common thing in our daily life. This urban quotidian event can be however an interesting subject to observe. As busy at it is, it unites for a few minutes people of various… Read More

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