The intensity of light and shade though the streets of Manhattan always made me look up, rather than walk looking forward or at the pavement.
The last glimpse of the sun reflection on the peak of the sharp mountains at Yosemite NP. The light rapidly falls.
Flowering plants at Brooklyn botanic gardens amongst pine trees
Thunderstorm in Trinidad
Night waves and fish in Havana
Heavy rain in Vinales
On the road to Vinales
Shop grocery in Havana
Diner at a ballerina’s house in Old Town Havana
A Cuban older lady giving a tour of the apartment, while outside a man observes passers by from his balcony
Beach in Colima, Mexico. The moon was bright, the tides high, rising and falling on the black volcanic sand. I sat here for an hour, staring at the sea – trying to memorise the seascape as best as possible.
“Poverty, brothers, is a mouthful that’s hard to swallow”
View inside Liverpool Street Station
View from Liverpool Street Station 2
Strong wind – as the surfers preferd it; yet the sea and sky seemed very calm.
Printmaking from Life - London
monotype made from raw pigment mided with oil
This is a three-layered monotype made from raw pigment and printing inks