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Coriolistic Anachronisms | A photography blog oscillating between New York, Vancouver and Cape Town, gathering HDR photos and jotting notes along the way
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South African Flashes

Heteroclite collection of past trip shots and eternal memories

With Marie spending some well deserved time down in Cape Town’s peculiar winter, I am once again faced with a now familiar divergence of time and space. The short stories she tells me, the photos she posts, it all feels so vivid I could almost touch…

Monochrome Beauty

A different look at the terrace flowers

I will soon return to color but flowers have so much more than tones going for them; shapes, shades, textures – at times desaturation helps me find the essential, momentarily invisible to the Canon but never to the heart, Saint-Exupéry dixit… Paper thin The rain has stopped Supernova

Missing the Skies

Long taken for granted, an upward urban view is a luxury very few now enjoy

It is no secret that the sky is where I long to be, airborne, aloft, high. But this is not another rant about how much I miss flying. It is much more simple, yet infinitely deeper. After living in Harlem for almost a year, I’ve…

A Terrace in Harlem

Lush summer growth, heat bloom and a bumble bee's touch-and-go

While Marie is adrift through the antipodes, weathering a stiff Cape Town winter with sweaters and the glow of twin fireplaces, I have inherited the care of our Harlem terrace and been granted the rank of Master Waterhose Handler. I take my new responsibilities very…

New York Abstract Fever

A long, lonely weekend, too much time to think and reflect in a rather ruthless mirror

I was going to go from here to there and I was going do this or that. And then something happened and these came out. That’s when I realized my lack of flexibility was just stiffness. So I stretched my canvas and mirrored the visions. Yup, I’ll do better…