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Peeping Tom
Mickey's Holiday
Pigeon Life
Dry Reading
Flatiron Building Reflection
Pigeon Invasion
Passing on to the Other Side
Pretty Things
What Do Clowns Dream About?
Taxicabs of America
Cook my City
Watching TV
Window Cleaner
The Smoking Lady
Mirror Mirror
Eat my Tram
The Jeweler
Stuck in the Middle
Last Minute Call
Checkmate
HƎ∀ΛƎN
Lane to Nowhere
New York Rainy Ride
Rainy Day in New York
Lonely Wait
Pimp my Ride
Stay Pawsitive
AlbHeart Einstein
Doh!
Quechuan Portrait
Digging for Gold
The Fisherman
Stilt House
Shoppping 4 Shawls
Grilled Fishes
The Ferryman
Niah Caves, Borneo
The Lost City of the Incas
Llamas Caravan
Dream Sharing
Bathing Twins
A Stray Dog Named 'Lucky'
Street Squabbling
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Caffe Bacio
Staring at the Statue of Liberty
Looking for Love
In the Heat of the Night
Occupy Chicago
Paint my City
Dark Playground
Subway Soccer
Essay on the Decisive Moment
Could be Worse
Curiosity
Subway Guardian
Past & Present
Train to Nowhere
Basilica di San Pietro
Camels
Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony
Al Khazneh
Stilt Houses
Astral Project
Arnaud Methivier
Marie La Passante
Erotic Wood

Peeping Tom

I see you see! Queen East, Toronto, Canada.

Mickey's Holiday

Times Square, New York City. Costumed characters who pose with tourists for donation in Times Square. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Pigeon Life

Through the eyes of a pigeon. Queen & Sherbourne, Toronto, Canada.

Dry Reading

Toronto, Canada

Flatiron Building Reflection

Stepping into the famous Flatiron Building. Manhattan, New York City. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Pigeon Invasion

Located in the heart of the historical district of Bogotá, capital of Colombia, thousands of pigeons live at the Plaza de Bolívar, the main square of the city where stands the biggest Cathedral of the country and one of the biggest ones in South America. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Passing on to the Other Side

Guggenheim Museum, New York City. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Pretty Things

Toronto, Canada

What Do Clowns Dream About?

Madison Square Park, New York City. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Taxicabs of America

Times Square, New York City. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Cook my City

Toronto, Canada. Reflections on a Chinese restaurant at Spadina and Dundas streets.

Watching TV

Toronto, Canada

Window Cleaner

It takes guts to clean the windows of a 330 feet high tower. Toronto, Canada.

The Smoking Lady

Toronto, Canada

Mirror Mirror

Toronto, Canada

Eat my Tram

Toronto, Canada

The Jeweler

Toronto, Canada

Stuck in the Middle

Toronto, Canada

Last Minute Call

Toronto, Canada

Checkmate

Playing chess is a popular sport at the Plaza de Armas, the heart and soul of Santiago de Chile. Website | Flickr | Facebook

HƎ∀ΛƎN

Fashion District, Toronto, Canada. Since the mid-1980s, the legendary Cameron House’s façade has traditionally been painted. Bar, hotel and theatre, the Queen West tavern was a favoured meeting place for Toronto's avant-garde artists. "This is Paradise" refers to a phrase that one of them, Tom Dean, painted on one of the walls of The Cameron House where he roomed after being evicted from his studio. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Lane to Nowhere

Toronto, Canada

New York Rainy Ride

Midtown, New York City. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Rainy Day in New York

Avenue of the Americas, Manhattan. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Lonely Wait

Toronto, Canada

Pimp my Ride

Toronto, Canada

Stay Pawsitive

Wellesley, Toronto, Canada. Both a pastime and a profession, dog walking is a popular service in North America. Thanks for that, it is sometimes also a way to get some original pictures.

AlbHeart Einstein

Toronto, Canada

Doh!

Bloor-Yonge Station, Toronto, Canada I was waiting for the subway downtown Toronto staring at an advertising poster for the Simpsons TV show when I had the last minute idea to place Homer's face to my reflection as the train arrived.

Quechuan Portrait

Somewhere in the Andean mountains on the way to Machu Picchu, Peru. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Digging for Gold

A little Quechua girl is picking her nose for boogers in Písac, Peru.

The Fisherman

Miri, Sarawak, Borneo Island Miri is a town in northern Sarawak, a Malaysian province located on the island of Borneo. Located by the South China Sea, fish is gold there and its famous fish market is one of the most bustling places of the town, especially in the morning, when the fresh catch is landed.

Stilt House

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, Borneo Island. Located at Brunei's capital city Bandar Seri Begawan, stilt houses are typical of its water village (Kampong Ayer in Malay). While ranked as the fifth richest country out of 182 nations, ten percent of the nation's total population still live on stilts above the Brunei River.

Shoppping 4 Shawls

Miri, Sarawak, Borneo Island

Grilled Fishes

Miri, Sarawak, Borneo Island Miri is a town in northern Sarawak, a Malaysian province located on the island of Borneo. Every weekend a big night market opens in the late afternoon, as it is cooler. Walking through the food stalls, the lightings and the cooking smokes give a great colourful atmosphere which I tried to recompose in black and white.

The Ferryman

Borneo jungle, Niah National Park.

Niah Caves, Borneo

Niah, Sarawak, Borneo. Located in the jungle of Borneo 100km from Miri city, Niah Cave (Gunung Subis) is the oldest prehistorical site in Southeast Asia where human remains dating to 40,000 years have been found, now home of million bats and famous place for birds' nests harvest.

The Lost City of the Incas

A well deserved rest after a 4 day trek across the Peruvian Andes, enjoying the quietness of an early morning at Macchu Pichu, Peru. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Llamas Caravan

Also Photo of the Day on National Geographic: http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/llamas-mountains-peru/ After a couple of days trekking across the Peruvian Andes, our group had an unusual encounter at 4,600 meters, on top of the narrow, windy, and freezing Huacahuasi Pass. While we had not run into a single soul for days, we had to give way to a flock of llamas and their herder, basically coming out of nowhere: a real culture shock between us Occidental folks in search of adventure and the local Quechua mountain people going about their daily business. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Dream Sharing

An old Peruvian lady wrapped in blankets and her little dog are taking a nap in a local wool market in Cuzco, Peru.

Bathing Twins

Two Quechua girls are enjoying a warm and relaxing bath at the natural hot springs of Lares, Peru.

A Stray Dog Named 'Lucky'

I was wandering in the streets of Ollantaytambo, Peru, on a cold and windy afternoon when this poor stray dog came to me begging for a bit of affection. "Lucky", as I decided to ironically name it, sat down before me expressing all its sadness through its eyes... (Note that this picture is free of watermark in the store)

Street Squabbling

End of school in Cusco, Peru. Some Peruvian kids are playing in the streets before coming back home.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Vancouver, Canada I was walking in Gastown when I noticed the owner of this boot store having a smoke break outside. I just liked the way the whole scene looks, already having the picture in black and white in my mind.

Caffe Bacio

Portrait of a regular customer. Yorkville, Toronto, Canada. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Staring at the Statue of Liberty

New York, USA

Looking for Love

New York, USA

In the Heat of the Night

New York, USA

Occupy Chicago

Chicago, USA

Paint my City

Valparaíso, Chile

Dark Playground

Valparaíso, Chile

Subway Soccer

Santiago de Chile, Chile

Essay on the Decisive Moment

The kind of shot you cannot do twice. I was just inspired by this little girl playing and dancing at the Plaza de Noviembre in Potosi, Bolivia. I knew something could happen so I watched the scene for a while, waiting for the good moment to press the shutter. Website | Flickr | Facebook

Could be Worse

Toronto, Canada

Curiosity

Toronto, Canada

Subway Guardian

Toronto, Canada

Past & Present

Kowloon, Hong Kong

Train to Nowhere

Banff, Canada A typical passenger in hat and boots waiting, a train arriving from outer time, a nice landscape: that was one of those days you wish you had your camera with you. Well, lucky me! I was visiting Alberta, Canada, on my way to Banff National Park when I saw that train coming from afar. I stopped the car and hopped out, just in time to have this single picture.

Basilica di San Pietro

Vatican City, Italy [film photography]

Camels

Tadjoura, Republic of Djibouti [film photography]

Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony

Djibouti, Republic of Djibouti [film photography] Working a few months in Horn of Africa, I had the chance to be invited to a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony, a ritualised form of making and drinking coffee, only offered on a few occasions. My host was preparing the coffee and I asked permission to take a picture. As I set up my film camera, her friend sat quietly behind me just in front of the mirror and started watching her work.

Al Khazneh

Petra, Jordan [film photography]

Stilt Houses

Chiloé Island, Chile [film photography]

Astral Project

Les Trinitaires, Metz, France [film photography]

Arnaud Methivier

Les Trinitaires, Metz, France [film photography]

Marie La Passante

Les Trinitaires, Metz, France [film photography]

Erotic Wood

Metz, France [film photography]