Although I appreciate good black & white photography when it’s done by others, I don’t usually make black & white photos myself. However, when I visited Cabo Carvoeiro, in Peniche, Portugal, on an overcast, gloomy day back in March, my visual thinking instinctively switched to monochrome – suddenly all the images I could envision taking were about the textures of the cliffs and, in some cases, those formed by the ocean waves. Read More
With its natural beauty and its culture and traditions, Portugal is for me a highly photogenic and visually inspiring country. It was great that recently I was able to spend 4 months there, and I’m already looking forward to going back soon. In a post I wrote back in December I stated that I was excited to go to Portugal and that I had a few ideas around themes and subjects I wanted to shoot.
During my stay, one of these ideas became a sort of photo-obsession, and so I made a commitment to make it into a long-term, ongoing personal project. The idea is to document and visually explore Read More