Paris, 48 50'32.66" N 2 20'32.97" E
PhD in Information science, coaching engineers in hi flying industries worldwide. Former head of scientific team in Antarctica. Author of short stories, Skive Magazine (Sydney)
2,484 words in 18 moments in 9 cities since April 18th, 2013
Paris — Robinias are the oldest living trees in Paris. Introduced from Northern America in the 16th century, they became fashionable in the middle of the 18th after the trend set by royal gardeners in Versai...
Paris — Residents only says the sign, which ones? the hunchback, God’s representatives or and envoy from the dark side?
La perrière — La Perriere is closed to cars and their likes. On Whitsun weekend, villagers open their homes and sheds to host artist and their works. The brass band plays a medley of marching tunes, music for the ...
Within the walls of Saint Paul's church, private garden with of a replica of Jerusalem holy sites
Roissy airport 2FA shelter, 3 sheeps, a very small parcel with a bit of grass and no view. Humour?
Would-be citizens had to reside in that sreet during 5 years and demonstrate their good character and worth to the community
At Shakespeare & Co, no need to say cats feel at home. Don't make a difference between published authors, aspiring ones, readers and visitors of various feathers.
Blinded windows at Paris deaf and dumb institute. At the turn of the 20th century, a tax on wealth was voted, targeting windows and doors; many of these were walled and remain so today. The tax is gone, blindess remains.
Trick or treat?
Something fishy in Fremantle. View on the fishing harbour from Cicirello's fish restaurant.
Where there is a wish... there is a Wishing Well. All to be fullfilled on Nov 9th, Fremantle Round House.
Fremantle festival, Western Australia. The blessing of the (fishing) fleet is no happy day for the fish, drowned in batter and gazillions of locally brewed beer.
Notre Dame, Paris - the devil is in the details
Of nuns, hookers and trees
Gone fishingNormandy, N49 10' - E01 35' 56"
July 14, Horse Guard waiting
La Perriere Art Fair, Normandy, May 20th. Too much fanfare for a lonesome doublebass.
Low tide in Paris
The heavy weight of emptiness, begging down a billboard inciting at recycling and staying fit
"Excellence, a dumbass ambition", pavement art near Ecole Normale Supérieure, Latin Quarter