I saw this in a group I follow on facebook. Such a beautiful poem and a powerful image. You may wonder why I post it here but I find it profoundly moving and thus a work of art. Continue reading “Silver and the art of graceful ageing”
The Patras Carnival is the largest event of its kind in Greece and one of the biggest in Europe. Giant decorated cars, carts and coaches, and colourful papier-mâché figures fill the city streets for a full weekend of street parades and parties. Continue reading “Patras Carnival 2019”
I have long admired the profiles of photographers and visual artists who colour-theme their posts creating a pleasing and innately satisfying backdrop and cadre through which they present their work.
Plonked myself down in front of my camera yesterday to practice some lighting positions and poses. Quite a feat for me as I am definitely my own worst critic when confronting myself in photographs. It seemed quite the worst thing to do at this time since I am going through another bout of depression. Continue reading “The Face of Depression”
I came across Dimitra off a little street close to Acropolis metro. The whole scene caught my breath….besides her light and beauty that stopped me in my tracks, her colours and the colours of what she was wearing combined with the background wall just clicked. Continue reading “100 Strangers #2”