I’d uploaded a before-and-after animated gif on this one. Here’s the final image. I also created a low-res jpeg you can access by clicking on the thumbnail below. Thanks!
I just love this one for its colours and harmonious feel. It’s here in my Montreal gallery. And, again, I’ve created a 600 x 400 jpeg you can access by clicking on the thumbnail below. Thanks!
Here’s a Montreal Mile-End housefront from my Spring wanderings. I loved the shrubs flanking each side of the porch and the reflections in the windows and the door. Hope you like it. Click here to access it from my Montreal gallery, or click on the thumbnail below to display a low-res jpg. Thanks!
A back-alley in my neighborhood (Plateau Mont-Royal), towards the end of Spring, inspired me enough to want to capture its vivacity and lushness. Go see it here. Thanks for your feedback.
I also created a preview file (600 x 400) you can view by clicking on the thumbnail. Thanks!
Hi everyone. For all those that asked me if any of my images were available as wallpaper, here’s a first installment. This one’s named Andalucia, and is available in both regular and wide format. The pixel values appear in the file name. I hope you like it. To download, simply right-click on the thumbnail and select Save link as…
OK. So the title doesn’t say much. This gallery, in time, will contain images that simply don’t fit anywhere else as clearly as here ;o)
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Only two images for now, more coming eventually. The Home Sweet Home image has an interesting history. In 1977 (I know!), with my wife, I was in Spain’s Costa del Sol on something like the fourth month of an ongoing walkabout in Western Europe and I had started to miss home, friends and family. We were at a Natural Thermal Baths facility up in the mountains and I spontaneously started making this image out of materials I found around me. I made the house like the North-American ones I know because I was missing my home. Now, the interesting thing is I had totally forgotten about taking a picture of the image after I had finished it, because I knew it wouldn’t last long. Fast forward to early 2010: I was going through old colour slides (there were no digital cameras in 1977!) when I noticed the capture of my “drawing”. When I scanned it and opened it up on my computer, I had the peculiar feeling of connecting with the precise moment in time when I actually took the still way back then. It was as if the François from that time was winking at the older one from 2010. A time capsule had just delivered its magical message. I stayed on that buzz for almost a week. This was, to me, an incredible gift. I love this image for all those reasons, plus the fact it just is wonderfully naive. I hope you like it too!
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I hope you like these images. More to come. No worries…