I love Venice with all the different channels and bridges. This little square with the old well was not far from the place I stayed. I am happy how this image turned out with the blue sky backlit by the moon and the red colored buildings.
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2019 came to an end and I took advantage of some downtime to review the images I made over the last 12 months. It’s always interesting to see where my photographic adventures take me, both from a geographical and artistic point of view. I enjoy as well revisiting my favorites from the past. Thank you […]
This was a very busy year and I clearly didn’t spend enough time blogging about my different photographic adventures. My photo catalog tells me, that I took more than 15,000 images. Wow! Although I lacked posting many of the new images, I did catalog them. This made it much easier to select my 10 favorite […]
This is the fifth time that I have made a selection of my 10 favorite images of the year. It is always a very informative and fulfilling exercise. Here are the links to the previous year’s selections: 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 My Lightroom catalog tells me that I took almost 20,000 images in 2015. […]
This post is part of my Guizhou-China blog post series. Finally the start of our photography tour led by William Yu was here. Below is a simple map that shows a few places where we stopped during the day and where we stayed at night. As you can imagine, we travelled quite a distance. The first day was mostly […]
This is the third time after 2011 and 2012 that I compile my favorite images of the year. It all started for me by Jim Goldstein‘s project ‘Your Best Photos From 2011’ where he asked photographers to submit their best photos to his compilation (Thank you, Jim!). I think it is very rewarding to go through […]