Passionate about their environment

I’m watching a couple photography related videos today and just watched this Leica video titled “Richard Seymour: Photographing Leitz-Park with the Leica S”. Seymour’s work is amazing, absolutely beautiful: https://vimeo.com/139925712 I like his comment that – … all visual creators are passionate about their environment …” and how this passionate drives photographers to create great work.

The remarkable Tel-Aviv cityscape

I took advantage of some time at a recent event at Yahoo!’s offices in Tel-Aviv to take a few photos of Tel-Aviv from relatively high up. It is a remarkable view of the city! https://flic.kr/p/sSJZkT It was also a really hot day, the temperatures hit the low 40s (centigrade) and I think these photos convey a…… Continue reading The remarkable Tel-Aviv cityscape

The graffiti tribe

I love this collection of graffiti characters. I noticed the graffiti tribe painted on various walls in an open space near my office in Ramat Gan. https://flic.kr/p/tPFT2V https://flic.kr/p/tPyGuR The rest of my album is here.

Heading north on the Gautrain – part 2

As I wrote the other day, my wife and I took the train north for some family admin. I just finished processing my photos from the trip and I’m still a fan of Gautrain platforms and stations. Here are a couple of my photos from the album. I used the opportunity to experiment a little…… Continue reading Heading north on the Gautrain – part 2

Heading north on the Gautrain

I’m heading to Centurion with my wife this morning for some civil service admin and, hopefully, a more efficient process. I’m using the trip as an opportunity to capture more Gautrain images for my collection. I managed to delete my RAW files from my Rhodesfield collection (I still cringe when I think about it). I…… Continue reading Heading north on the Gautrain