what do you see through the window?
This world of mine

May 25, 2003 06:46 PM | Comments (2)


(Yesterday afternoon. Oh how I wish I was a cat...)

(August 1, 2003: submitted for Photo Friday, "curves".)

May 25, 2003 05:54 PM | Comments (5)

Libera Nos

(This afternoon, a bit later than the previous photo, same location. It had been rainy, grey and dismal all afternoon. I was walking to the train station to go home, and I saw that. It can't rain forever...)

May 20, 2003 06:40 PM | Comments (3)

Only Time

(This afternoon, Vicenza. Still not quite sure how to title it, but "Only Time" fits well enough in a way.)

May 20, 2003 06:30 PM | Comments (0)


(About an hour ago, my garden. Took ages to take, as there was a slight breeze and the rose kept moving...)

May 19, 2003 09:48 PM | Comments (1)

A rose is a rose is a rose

(Yesterday afternoon, a small park near my house.)

May 17, 2003 11:04 PM | Comments (0)

Gossamer sky

(September 2002. The only photo of the bunch I took that turned out well.)

May 17, 2003 10:32 PM | Comments (0)


(September 2002. Padova, Piazza del Santo, Donatello's equestrian statue of Gattamelata.)

May 17, 2003 10:27 PM | Comments (0)


Ahh, the sky. One of my favourite subjects. I'm always looking up, to see if there's any interesting cloud or building/sky contrast... the sky has always been predominantly featured in my photos, to the point that my family used to complain because family holiday photos contained 90% sky and monuments and just 10% family and monuments.

These photos in particular were taken at the end of September 2002, all during the same week in which the sky was particularly beautiful.

May 17, 2003 10:19 PM | Comments (0)


I've always been fascinated by fire, but it's just recently that I've approached it as a photograph subject. Constantly moving, and bright as it is, I didn't dare try photograph it with a normal camera for fear of wasting film which I would then have to waste money to try and develop.
As it is, I don't have many occasions to take photos of fire, either way, but I've done a few experiments. Here are two examples... the first photo was taken in September 2002, the second in November of the same year.

May 17, 2003 05:35 PM | Comments (0)