Tag Archives for " France "

Oct 25

#127. Crazy Le Corbusier

By pascaljappy | News

If you’re thinking Marseilles is a rat hole riddled with gangsters living of drugs, well … you’re not entirely wrong 😉 But you’re not entirely correct either and the city also has beautiful features, a fantastic setting and interesting history. After WWII, so many people had no houses that the minister in charge of housing […]

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Mar 09

#92. Spirit of La Ciotat

By pascaljappy | News

Taking a break from reviewing and actually taking pictures 🙂 Not exactly artistic mind you, just a family afternoon walk, but real pictures nonetheless. La Ciotat is a village on the Mediterranean coast of Provence, once a vast center of shipyards and later a ruined community of unemployed with no hope of finding a job […]

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Dec 09

#74. From Paris with Love

By pascaljappy | News

I’m taking a break from reviewing just to show a few pictures from a recent work trip to Paris. I mostly used in camera B&W for quick snaps. The round shape on top of a bump in the Place Saint Opportune paving makes me feel like it could start rolling if the hand wasn’t holding […]

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Oct 13

#53. La Ciotat. Colour vs B&W

By pascaljappy | News

It’s only a few weeks ago that this beach was so packed with tourists that it was impossible to find a spot for your towel while the sun was up. Now, the sun is still hot but the legions have returned to money-making for next year’s visit. A bit sad, but still, that makes the […]

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Sep 05

#34. Camping in red and green

By pascaljappy | News

Making the most of the holidays up to the last minute, we camped in the foothills of the Alps, near Bargèmes, a little village photographed by Michael Kenna and in which his prints were being exhibited. I haven’t had time to process any of my own pictures from the week-end, but this (OOC jpeg) night […]

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