… is the name of my recent photo project. I loved working on it and I’m happy that now it’s available to the public.
You can see it between
10.07. -20.09.2013, at the Romanian Cultural Institute (Argentinierstr. 39, 1040 Vienna).
It’s a story about Bucharest & street art, about the talking walls around us. The exhibition presents fragments of conversations spotted in the city centre.
Note: I do apologies for bringing an outdoor dialogue indoors. It’s just for a thought or two.
I hope you will enjoy it!
UPDATE: Here you can see the
online album. I hope you will enjoy!
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promised, here are a few glimpses of Salzburg. And indeed as expected, the series is quite heterogeneous. Various motifs, lots of trial and error.
However I very much enjoyed the visit. An ‘encore’ is a must!
The entire set can be seen
Tina for the tip! I had to go and take a photo myself as well. Pretty cool to see inscriptions on the padlocks in various languages – Vienna loves internationally after all.
Now the locations
list needs to be updated.
I had the plan today to go to the
Botanical Garden, but since I found it closed, I simply had a photowalk around the blocks of Vienna’s third district.
I decided to focus the theme “colors”, as a friend of mine was teasing my predominant black & white photos by explaining me how my camera can actually take color pictures too.
Ok, now here they are… a few urban colors:
Busy days and lots of photowalks lately. Many flickr postings:
A night walk. A Japanese fest. Sankt Marks in the autumn sun. Tea time. U6. Leopoldstadt.
And unfinished collections like this one or this one.
The thoughts in between? I just love it. And I keep on clicking.
But I feel a bit stuck composition wise. Story-less.
Thinking to change the angle. Or the lens. Or just for short while to switch to words.
Zentralfriedhof. My first photowalk out of many more to go.
I’m really happy with my results and bit amazed that from around 400 shots
12 made it to flickr (or facebook). The good news is that I am now less confused about ISO, shutter speed and aperture…
All you need is patience! 🙂