Sep 25

#49. Her Warhol Highness and her band

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Andy said we would all have our fifteen minutes of glory. Well this is her chance. As we were walking in one of London’s lovely parks, we found this big house with lots of people around it. The crowd seemed to be waiting, as in anticipation of something of biblical magnitude. And it happened! Guys […]

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Aug 31

#31. Frozen amoeba

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One cold morning last winter, having spotted a goshawk diving onto a group of pigeons eating wild seeds on the ground, I followed it into a field in the hope of making pictures of the hunt. Having only a 50mm lens with me, the resulting pictures were weak and boring but luck guided me to […]

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Aug 10

#22. Lady in the mirror

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What is the first thing your eyes focus on in this picture? Quelle est la première chose sur laquelle vous posez votre regard dans cette image? How long did it take you before realising this photograph is upside down? Combien de temps vous a-t-il fallu pour vous rendre compte que cette image est à l’envers? […]

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Aug 05

#20. Royal Albert Riot

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The past posts showed a very limited and subtle colour palette that most masters of painting prefer. But sometimes, it’s just great fun to go bonkers and throw big splashes on the canvas. I already went over board with my Covent Garden Cupcakes, but today is even better/worse 🙂 Today’s picture is all about colour. […]

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Aug 04

#19. Lake Major Tourist Boat

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Different lake, different boat. (Yesterday’s picture was about how the other half travel ;), this is how the mere mortals roam the beautiful waters of lago maggiore. Sunset again, but a very different picture with the boat and the layering of the hills all placing the little Isola Superiore at the center of attraction. The […]

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Jul 30

#15. Tree elf

By pascaljappy | News

Pashley Manor is a wonderful heritage house nested on the border betweem Kent and East Sussex (on that incredible garden vortex that is the A21 :)). The gardens are stunning and display the work of many local artists. Sculptures are abundant throughout the visit and wood carvings of mysterious faces are attached to many trees […]

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Jul 28

#14. King’s College, Cambridge

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Après un déluge de couleurs primaires et de gâteaux, retour au noir et blanc, ou presque. Cette vue de King’s College, à Cambridge, présente une particularité, à mes yeux. Elle est prise au coucher du soleil, alors que les touristes en barques ont presque déserté la rivière Cam, et le N&B doux convient bien à […]

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