06 January 2009
Happy new year everyone.
In December I visited New York City, and I've just uploaded my gallery of New York City Photographs. It was a great time to be there - the city was decorated for Christmas, including giant baubles and giant Christmas tree lights. There was also a great vibe around Obama's recent election - some people had their Obama campaign stickers left on their jackets with pride, and he was on the cover of nearly every magazine, and on t-shirts on many a street corner.
Here's one photo that didn't make it into the main gallery:
According to the shop owner, there are actually three wigs in this window display. Incredible.
22 April 2007
Last weekend I visited Valencia as part of a work project. The hotel was next to this space age landscape, an arts and science park, all curved buildings and reflecting pools. It was relaxing to walk around, and I spent my free time wandering around it and taking photos. I've put 15 photos online today. Here are two of my favourites:
16 September 2006
My photograph of Sydney Opera House is due to be one of the images shown in an exhibition opening next week in Paris. 'L'eau, source d'architecture' looks at the relationship between architecture and water. The exhibition is curated by Francis Rambert, director of the French Institute for Architecture in Paris, and
architect Pascale Blin.
The exhibition runs from 20 September to 29 October, open Tuesday to Sunday. Admission is free. After the Paris show (full details in French), the exhibition is due to go to Toulouse.
There are additional photographs of Sydney on my travel map.
15 July 2006
I've added five new photos of Sydney to my travel photography Google Map.
24 June 2006
I've updated my World Travel Photography Map with new photos including three of Corfu, two from Brussels and three from Berlin.
I've added extended captions for many older photos. The new captions indicate where it's worth zooming in for a satellite view (eg of the Atomium).
28 January 2006
I've created a new interactive map for exploring my travel photographs. For many of them, you can zoom in to see a map and satellite image of the area where they were taken. The interactive map includes many otherwise unpublished photographs.
When I get time, I'll raid more old photos to put some more landmarks and cities on the map. I'll also add photographs of new places as I visit them.
Anyway, enjoy the map. And let me know if you've got any feedback.
25 November 2005
I've uploaded a gallery of photos taken in Kruger National Park, South Africa. It includes shots of lions, elephants, impalas and hippos among other animals. It uses a Flash interface I created as a final project for a Flash course I studied recently.