She was hesitantly curious, possibly intrigued by the one-eyed creature staring her down or by seeing herself in the camera lens. Co. Mayo, Ireland.
Thin slice of apple on a lightbox. Some see a bird; others see a face. At the time, this photographer saw neither.
A hosta grows in Major’s Hill Park. Ottawa, Canada.
Display of salmon at the Montparnasse market. Paris, France.
Window on a very cold night. Quebec City, Canada.
A red flower’s swirls reinterpreted.
This orchid gave me much pleasure and many images. Its short life ended when, following a florists’s instructions, I placed it in a north facing window. We both forgot what -30°C nights could do …
A mushroom vendor enjoys having his picture taken in the market at Villefranche-de-Rouergue, France.
More fun to photograph soapsuds in a glass than to do the dishes. The gold colour comes from an incandescent light overhead.
Found on the side of the Torm Anholt, a bulk carrier at anchor in Vancouver, Canada. The “T” shows tugboats where to nudge a vessel changing direction.