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 todas las 45 imágenes en formato de tapa dura.
Por favor seguir este enlace para comprar el libro:
https://albumen-gallery.com/index.php/books/returning-la-paz/

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 perspective that allowed him to see the city with new eyes.

Chillies and garlic

This image was added to my on going Still Life IV project:

 

Autumn harvest

A new image added to my on going Still Life projects:

A monochrome essay – part 2

The Guggenheim, Bilbao:


The church of St Mary and St Ethelburga in Lyminge

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

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.

St James’s, Piccadilly

The Self – beheaded

Another image added to my on going Portraits collection

St. Bartholomew The Great

Visiting Smithfield Market at the weekend, I came across this wonderful church: the Priory Church of St. Bartholomew, founded in AD 1123. as part of a monastery of Augustinian Canons.
Bartholomew was one of the Twelve Apostles, brought to Jesus by Saint Philip. He is reputed to have brought Christianity to Armenia where tradition states that he was later flayed alive and crucified head down.

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