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Coriolistic Anachronisms,
a Vincent Mounier Photography Blog

Painted sky
August 25, 2007
The Seawall was quiet despite the striking animation present at the bottom of Denman and Davie, less than a kilometer to the east. I had initially setup the tripod down on the shore exposed by a rel...
August 21, 2007
In a last minute miracle, category 5 hurricane Dean slammed into a sparsely populated area of the Yucatan, as the most intense Atlantic storm to make landfall in the last two decades! I think even S...
August 18, 2007
Midnight, ultimate frontier between now and then, between what was and what could be, is standing in precarious balance at the top of the dial, an instant frozen in the eternity of time, as giant be...
The run about
August 16, 2007
For MarieMy latent adrenaline level has been shooting through the roof lately, somewhere around 7.5 on the Richter scale which is already quite a shock for the system as a short peak, but becomes co...
Slices of life
August 13, 2007
The Yaletown coffee shop is crowded on this Sunday afternoon. People are laughing happily. The coffee grinder is buzzing, the steamer hissing and the blender spinning loudly. Music comes and goes alon...
A essay on reading
August 10, 2007
Read as if you were singing. Words have a sound and a story to tell. They can be music to the inner ear and they can charm an audience. But they must be savoured. Most of our reading is flat. We abs...