Monochrome Gallery

Monochrome Gallery

Archive BuildingBarn in WinterFlying in formationLakawon IslandOpern CafeHomeless by the DanubeHalf a carriageHead sculpture in CracaoMan with an umbrellaLee AnneWooden BridgeWatchers of the TowerUpward SpriralChurch BellsSt. Francis of Assisi Church in ViennaAntique...
A Pilgrimage to Mariazell

A Pilgrimage to Mariazell

Located in the picturesque valley of Salza amid the north Styrian Alps, the city of Mariazell is rather small with a population of just over 3000 inhabitants. Yet, its reputation is larger than life. More than a million people visit the city each year. While some do...
Doors of Morocco

Doors of Morocco

It happened quite by chance really. I did not fully intend to photograph doors while in Morocco. In fact, I had a totally different expectation of how our three-day ports of call to Tangier, Casablanca and Rabat would turn out to be. I was expecting to photograph more...
The Ancient Temples of Angkor

The Ancient Temples of Angkor

It’s been exactly a year ago this month when we visited Siem Reap and the ancient temples of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Phrom, Preah Khan, Bayon, Bantay Srei and others. There are more than 1000 temples around Siem Reap and it would probably require months to...
In the footsteps of a saint

In the footsteps of a saint

Throughout history, the name of St. Francis, founder of the holy order of Franciscan priests, monks and nuns, and the city of Assisi in Umbria, Italy have become so intertwined that they are often referred to as one. Visitors, upon entering this quaint, hilly, Umbrian...