Today’s image is from an inner courtyard, in a Mexican hacienda. The crossed paths, with the cross in the background, were just too inviting for me to resist. As usual, both 600 x 400 and detail jpegs below. Thanks for visiting.
Every year in July the Montreal Jazz Festival attracts musicians and music lovers from around the world. This image is from the Place des Arts set where strollers can stop and rest a bit before the next show.
I’m fascinated by the unseen, the places and spots we go by without a thought that contain full Universes if you only stop and look – or stop and listen?.
This roots network was at the foot of a tree in Vancouver’s Stanley Park. I’m simply amplifying through color (and strokes) what is always there for the observer to see. I never tire of looking at this type of visual.
It isn’t as impressive as a sunset or some great garden somewhere, but, in its own granularity, it is just as rich and deep as any vista. I hope you like it. As usual, thumbnail accesses a 600 x 400 jpeg.
One of my favourite spots, at Hacienda Galindo, in Mexico’s San Juan del Rio, is so wonderfully inspiring and calm, I wish I could work on my images sitting there, in that lovely terrace, with a pitcher of horchata. Hmmmm!
Again, thumbnail accesses a 400 by 600 pixels jpeg. Thanks!
This one’s a bit different. It’s still a Plateau Mont-Royal image, a back-alley actually, but the subject is a scooter I chanced upon in my explorations of my neighborhood’s spaces. I just liked how someone used a small area as a parking spot. Perfect for such a small vehicle. Thumbnail below accesses a 400 x 600 jpeg.
Can’t get more commercially centered than this in Montreal. This would be where you shop till you drop, I guess. I just capture images. Go figure!
Hello everyone. Today’s upload is another wallpaper, in both regular and wide formats. To download, simply right-click on the thumbnail and select Save target as.
Hi everyone! I just uploaded six new images in my Mexican Magic gallery. Go here to view them.
Remember to use the image archive menu and select galleries to see all available galleries.
Thanks! Until next upload…
Just uploaded 12 new images in my Montreal Gallery. Go see them. The thumbnails gallery is here. Please notice there may be more than one page of thumbnails. There are more than 25 images now in my Montreal Gallery so you need to use the control to display additional thumbnail pages.
Also, because I updated most of my images in the France Gallery, you can view them here.
I also split some North American images into distinct galleries: Appalachian-Laurentian Forests (only 2 images as of yet) and Canadian Rockies. You’re welcome to go see them by clicking on the appropriate hyperlinks.
Finally, all of the San Francisco images were updated. See them here.
Thanks everyone for the wonderful comments and encouragement. I intend to post some more images pretty soon. I’m still doing print tests so that I’ll know an ordered print will be of the best possible quality. Hint for now: the images look stunning on canvas. I’m surprised at the detail and color accuracy. As for high quality prints (on Art paper mostly), I already got very nice results so everything’s trucking nicely ;o)