This roof belongs to car garage in the centre of Nice. I found it just because I saw very old car inside. Cars were amazing, all of them in vintage style. And finally sun rays breaking through the old glass roof.
I saw this sunlight going through fence, it was amazing scenery! One of the park that we don’t go anymore, it is quite small and noisy in the center of Nice.
My street paintings from few weeks ago. And yes I love my life!
I like old places a lot! Specially the ones which are abandoned. This one above seems to be like that.
Multiple exposures, these things I can make with my new camera. In the right hands and with some luck, you can receive stunning photographs with an artistic touch. I am simply in love and can’t wait for more!
Between trees I found that view. Of course walking with my dog around the city. I don’t know why but I love to put my camera to the places where I simply can’t enter.
One of the best books about airline industry that I read was Air Babylon, written by Imogen Edwards-Jones & Anonymous. My favourite sentence: “At the airport passengers pack their brains in their suitcases before they arrive; they are always disoriented, distracted and seemingly incapable of looking after themselves. They can lose their passport, their ticket, their luggage, their wife/husband and their mind, all between check-in and the gate… “. It is so real! Remember don’t lose your passport! 😉 Marseille Provence Airport, France.
Together with my new camera I received a book… “Do you think your eyes were open? I’m afraid to say that until this very moment they have been closed.”, the first sentence that I read. So yes they are right… Lomography give us a new vision. You can use two different films types 120mm and 35mm, we have unique light leaks, multiple exposures, overlapped exposures and much more. The sad think about all these is that everything cost a money. To develop slide film 120 mm in my “village” costs 20 Euros! And I will just have 12 pictures. The other option “if you are running low on cash” you can put 35 mm, which will give you 16 photographs that go over the sprockets! And this on the top of my “TO DO” list!
Old looking style of the cinema. I like the sign above the entrance and surroundings.