Shot with an iPhone in a beergarten in Munich…
I love patterns and repetition in photography, and vegetable markets offer lots of opportunities for these kinds of photos.
I have a fascination for old typewriters. Imagine my joy at stumbling on this old Remington in Bolivia!
The Eclade Charentaise is a mussle dish from the Charente region of France. Raw mussels are spread on a stone table, covered with pine needles which are set on fire. That’s how the mussles cook. It’s a very pungent dish, and an even more fascinating pattern to shoot for a photographer.
Municipal bikes seem to present an interesting repetitive subject in every town they are implemented, but the curves on the Parisian velibes, I think, make them particularly suited to that kind of shot.
Believe it or not, this was shot in front of a food store in San Francisco’s China Town. Yummy!
This photo was a very early expression of my fascination for patterns and textures. It was shot at the flower market in Amsterdam.
This is one of the first shots I did that I was really pleased with. It was shot in Saint-Jean Pied de Port in the Basque Country and features their main export: espadrilles! It’s now available on my store and you can order prints from anywhere in the world just by clicking on the links below the photo.