Invitation

Bonjour à tous,

plusieurs d’entre vous visitent ce blog très régulièrement mais une minorité le fait depuis le début.

Il y a plus de 3200 articles à consulter et plus de 19400 photos les accompagnent.

Comme une photo est intemporelle, même celles que j’ai publiés il y a quelques mois, ou années, sont toujours agréables à voir et peuvent vous inspirer dans votre démarche photographique.

Vous pouvez aussi découvrir bien des choses en suivant les liens à la fin de chacun des articles de ce blog.

Je vous invite donc à faire un retour en arrière et consulter ce qui a déjà été publié.

Pour des raisons de santé, je dois faire une petite pause et je serai de retour le plus tôt possible.

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Merci et à bientôt

Un Vaillant Martien

Александр Перов | Alexander Perov

Александр Перов | Alexander Perov

AlexanderPerov01aПилигримы
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AlexanderPerov01bБесчеловечный Мир
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AlexanderPerov01cПо секрету о любви
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AlexanderPerov01dКамушек для любимой
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AlexanderPerov01eСибарит
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Александр Перов | Alexander Perov

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Robert Bourdeau | Structural Landscapes

Bourdeau’s landscape photography reinvents the genre by melding rigorously structured composition with a unique spirituality.

Taken over the last three decades, in Europe, the photographs on view are of age-old landscapes, historical treasures of architecture nestled in the countryside, and rusting industrial sites reclaimed by nature. As the artist describes it: “[he] is deeply interested in how certain structures lose their identity and take on other feelings and ambiguities, and at other times become guardians or sentinels of physical and emotional space.”

Profoundly mystic, Bourdeau’s vision of the land beckons to the transcendentalism of Thoreau. His attraction to the “primordial forces” at play in the spectacle of nature is also inherently romantic. Like the Romantics, Bourdeau is fascinated by the “dark mysticism” of mediaeval architectures and by “brooding” landscapes. At the same time, the exactness of his photography discloses the hidden geometry of nature. Through the mechanical eye of his camera, “the images become tapestries”, both abstract and richly textured.

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Structural Landscapes

Robert Bourdeau Photography

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Joãozero

Joãozero

Joãozero01País Deformado___
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Joãozero02Manequim!
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Joãozero04Confiro O Meu Horário De Partida Para O Banco
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Joãozero05O Dia Em Que Precisei De Apoio…
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Joãozero06The Other Christmas Tree!
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About Joãozero
Olhos como máquinas fotográficas!!!
Desde 1987 a sentir a máquina e a….
Ver, ver muito e observar, ser visto…sempre…porque a fotografia torna uma simples memória num grande facto!
E opinar sobre os factos, claro, muito!
O mais importante para mim, não é tornar a fotografia em algo perfeito, manipulando-a em demasia, mas procurar sempre outro ponto de vista!

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Mihai Florea

Mihai Florea

MihaiFlorea01aThe Arts Centre

MihaiFlorea01bSailing away

MihaiFlorea01cNostalghia

MihaiFlorea01dMagic light

MihaiFlorea01eLast light

MihaiFlorea01fTetris

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About me:
I’m a passionate photographer from Melbourne, Australia.
I consider myself a minimalist photographer mainly because I like to use only what I need to create an image I love. It fits like a glove to my personality and my life philosophy.
I also like to use long exposure techniques to create that sense of reality and to allow the flow of nature to be visible in my images.
Most of my work is in black and white because I love how I can use light, tones and shades to mold an image, a bit like clay sculpting. As a result, I can create images which are strong and powerful, with high contrast or soft and gentle.

Mihai Florea photography

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