When I saw the word “Scale” this photo immediately popped in to my mind. Sage was performing at a storytelling event and I captured a photo of her along with my coffee in the frame. Clearly she is very excited … Continue reading Dutch Goes the Photo Tuesday Challenge – Scale
Today’s challenge from Dutch Goes the Photo is “Wonder“. I’m not usually one to take a challenge quite so literally but sometimes the opportunity just presents itself. Back in January I was in Bagru village in Rajasthan researching an article … Continue reading Tuesday Photo Challenge – Wonder – Bagru Village
One of my customers is in central Louisiana. Being there poses a little challenge to my health. On the one hand, the food is incredibly good. So good that I still make some of it at home. The portion sizes … Continue reading Tuesday Photo Challenge – Reflection
Take yourself back to 1978. OK, for some of you that means imagine 1978. Disco was still king, Star Wars had recently come out and blown us all away, and that Christmas I would find a wrapped copy K-Tel’s “Star Power” under the tree. Continue reading Dutch Goes the Photo Challenge: Birthday
What, exactly, is my backyard like?
As I live near the top of a big highrise apartment, I don’t have a back yard in the true sense of the word. I don’t even have a balcony. I’m actually glad about this. We had one when we lived on the 11th floor and it was always loud and windy and not really a place to spend time – but we still paid rent for the space so it felt like wasted space.
Our buildings are inspired by the Brutalist Movement of the late 60’s early 70’s with lots of concrete and steel. One of the movement’s biggest proponents was a man who went by the name of Le Corbusier who was enamoured with the idea of the “Radiant City” – tall towers surrounded by green space. Our neighbourhood captures this well: Continue reading My Backyard
Yes, I know: Tuesday’s a long way off seeing as it’s already the weekend. But there’s still time to get my entry in for this week’s Dutch Goes the Photo challenge on the subject of Lift. Not long after I … Continue reading Tuesday Photo Challenge – Lift
In October 2016 I went on my first trip to India – a solo trip to a whole bunch of cities, but my favourite of all of them was Varanasi. My colleagues in Bangalore all thought I was crazy for spending almost a week there. “You can see everything in two days!” they told me. And yes, that’s true. But I feel like I could have spent months there in my little neighbourhood Continue reading Tuesday Photo Challenge – Row