Returning to La Paz – Imágenes Paceñas

Albumen Gallery, Fine Art Photography is showcasing 45 of my analogue photographs taken in the early 70’s. Please follow this link to visit the exhibition: Albumen Gallery. https://albumen-gallery.com/index.php?cID=1460 ‘Returning to La Paz‘ is an hommage to Javier Molina’s birth place.  After living in the USA for a number of years the Bolivian photographer returned to La Paz in the early 1970s. Living abroad gave him…

A monochrome essay – part 2

The Guggenheim, Bilbao:

A monochrome essay – part 1

I have the pleasure to offer you 6 monochrome images of that famed building in Bilbao the Guggenheim

The church of St Mary and St Ethelburga in Lyminge

The last stop of our walk from Elham to Lyminge: this fine church!

The Pilgrim Prophet

This image has been added to my on going Portraits collection:  

The dweller of a Chullpa

A chullpa is an ancient Aymara funerary tower originally constructed for a noble person or noble family. Chullpas are found across the Altiplano in Peru and Bolivia.

Rodalquilar: an abandoned gold mine

Time to leave colour behind and this is the perfect opportunity: Spanish light and contrast. The images below show an abandoned gold mine near a small village called Rodalquilar, Andalusia, Spain