Posted on February 10, 2014
Category: Architecture, Art, Cityscapes, Design, Digital art, landscapes Tagged: architecture, Art, Black and white photography, Chruch, design, dream, faith, Florence, illustration, imagination, Italy, layers an masks, photo manipulation, photography, Photoshop, religion, surreal, Tuscany
Posted on February 3, 2014
Many photos have been taken of these buildings, specially the famous Lloyds building, here’s my contribution to them.
It is, however, an experience walking around the quiet, empty street of the banking, commercial heart of London on a Saturday or Sunday.
Posted on January 12, 2014
Linear Time or the First Face of Time.
Of the many crossroads, we are certain of our physical knowledge that time runs continuous, like a path (undefined) moving us from beginning to end.
Posted on January 10, 2014
My previous blog referred to the four Faces of Time, well here is a fifth face, following the principle that a river not only has two shores but three according to the teachings of the wise man of the Upper Amazon: The Three Halves of Ino Moxo.
In future blogs I intend to represent the various other faces (phases) of Time
Category: Architecture, Art, Cityscapes, Design, Digital art, Photography Tagged: Amazon, colour, design, dream, dreams, History, illustration, imagination, Ino Moxo, layers an masks, light, luz, obscuro, other reality, photo manipulation, photograph, photography, Photoshop, reality, religion, surreal, tradition
Posted on December 12, 2013
Category: Architecture, Art, Cityscapes, Design, Greenwich, HDR, History, London, Photography Tagged: architecture, Art, Black and white photography, colour, dark, design, dreams, HDR, illustration, imagination, layers an masks, light, luz, photo manipulation, photograph, photography, surreal
Posted on November 5, 2013
Category: Architecture, Art, Gallery, History, landscapes, Latin America, Photography Tagged: Art, Black & white, Black and white photography, blanco y negro, design, dreams, imagination, La Paz, landscape, Latin American literature, light, Montage, obscuro, photograph, photography, surreal
Posted on October 29, 2013
A couple of days ago I saw this photo of mine on a friend’s wall and it brought me back to the memory of why I took this picture. It was the mystery of the angel’s demeanour : he seemed to be in a different reality, so involved was he in his own ritual.
It was during a yearly festival in La Paz that I chanced upon him with thousands of other dancers.
If you wish to ‘participate’ in the festival of Gran Poder, please view this e-book: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/47368164/granpoder/index.html