Reflections on Orchids, Life and Aging

Orchid flowers are beautiful for having a sophisticated simplicity.  I enjoy gardening, but as I live in a canal house in Amsterdam, I cultivate some small trees in the roof terrace and flowers inside the house. This year one my orchids blossomed in early March and exhibited three beautiful stems of flowers until two weeks […]

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The Hundred Percent Love

I simply adore shooting this girl. She is so beautiful and spontaneous! And her mom adores her too. Hundred Percent Love. I have another photo from her which is my absolutely favorite. Look at it here.

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Go Winter

We live in a hurry whilst everything else stands still. We stop seeing what is before us. We don’t feel what is inside us. We miss the point. We misjudge. We err. We are hurrying to nowhere. Go winter. Says my Acer tree. It is cold. It is dark. The tree hibernates calmly. Waits. Waits […]

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Message from an Elderly Man

During the holidays period, I got an agenda and a book from my father. I failed to notice that there was an envelope in between those, carrying a very special message. Yesterday, I found it. It humbled me. I would like to share it with you, my blogging friends.

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Anticipation

Back in 2005, while visiting India, I made these pictures, using a simple Canon PowershotS40. In the first photo, this mother’s facial expression speaks of her anticipation of what the future might bring for her son.   She was also very proud and happy. It was an exceptional moment for all of us, and I […]

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Silhouettes

Sunset shots with Olympus OM-D, macro lens 60mm (equivalent 120mm) F 2.8  

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From Morning to Evening Fog

This is a gallery of my unplanned day of shooting early and foggy morning in Amsterdam, and all the other places I have been today, whilst on the way to another city in Holland, called Hilversum. The fog gave place to a beautiful sunny but cloudy day, and that gave me the chance to shoot amazing colours […]

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