Grain Fort and cause-way

Grain Tower is a mid-19th-century gun tower situated offshore just east of Grain, Kent, standing in the mouth of the River Medway. It was built along the same lines as the Martello towers that were constructed along the British and Irish coastlines in the early 19th century and is the last-built example of a gun tower of this type. It owed its existence to the need to protect the…

Natural History Museum, London

A photograph I have taken some years ago reworked with Zone System Express, one of Blake Rudis plugins. I recommend his contribution to creative photography to any professional or budding photographer.

The Tower

Added to my on going Imaginations projects. Please visit the others. Thank you. Imagination I Imaginations II Imaginations III Imaginations IV 

Harbour!

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The Window

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Returning to La Paz: four aspects

I present 45 photographs on La Paz that I have taken in the 70’s. All film, analogue work, scanned recently for the on-line exhibition with the same name. This selection was done by Albumen Gallery‘s director Stephan Schmid. These are the subjects covered: Cityscapes Landscape Places People Albumen Gallery, Fine Art Photography, has the pleasure to announce the publication of the exhibition images of Returning to…

Returning to La Paz: THE BOOK

  Albumen Gallery, Fine Art Photography, has the pleasure to announce the publication of the exhibition images of Returning to La Paz in book form. Please follow this link to view the description and to order your copy: https://albumen-gallery.com/index.php/books/returning-la-paz/ La galería Albumen que expone las fotografías sobre La Paz en los años 70, Returning to La Paz – imágenes paceñas, tiene el agrado de ofrecer la publicación del libro con…

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: