Posted on July 14, 2014
Posted on June 21, 2014
Posted on June 1, 2014
This photograph was taken a few years ago from the balcony of my apartment in Abu Dhabi. A fire had broken out in a residential building just around the corner (on Electra, for the locals) and the emergency helicopter service was called in to rescue some people who were trapped on the roof. You can just see one being winched inside the hovering helicopter, hanging on to a crew member for dear life.
I converted the original to black and white, partly for dramatic effect but also to get round the impact of the smoke haze on the colour original.
Posted on May 25, 2014
Posted on May 21, 2014
As I may have mentioned, Madame is a quilter and quilting is undoubtedly an art form.
This is a waistcoat that she made for me a couple of years ago that was exhibited at the International Quilt Show in Dubai. To my mind it is undoubtedly a work of art (and yes, I do wear it. In public, too).
Posted on May 4, 2014
One of my little ‘projects’ for this year is to record the passing seasons here at Tranquility Base by taking a photograph on the first day of each month of the same view – of our large field – from the same perspective. Here, I’ve run the last three together to illustrate how Spring has come to rural France this year.
Shame about the weather…