With the heat of the summer, gone is the juicy green. The land is plowed and shows its bare brown belly The hay is dry and ready to be cut or spread around like big yellow dice thrown out from the sky The vines are vibrantly green, while the aniseed plants are blossoming in soft … More A summer blanket
The Valle del Genal near Ronda is best visited in autumn, when you find the chestnut trees colouring red and one can so clearly see the borders with the evergreen Mediterranean forest. It is a spectacular sight and a joy to go for one of the many walks between the white villages of the Genal … More Valle del Genal in Autumn
Don’t break no bones..
During a period of nearly ten years (2000-2009) I have photographed ‘objects’ in the countryside. Objects best described as trash, garbage, junk, litter, scrap, debris or waste. Objects that in fact should not have been where they were. They don’t blend in. They often do not decompose and stay where I found them for many … More Still Life
During various travels to Australia I have visited the heart of Central Australia, the sacred site of Uluru, also know as Ayer’s Rock. Since my first visit I have been ‘enchanted’ by it’s mystical powers. How could I not be. When I arrived for the first time in 1987, all alone in a borrowed car, … More Uluru base walk