Open and closed. Badenerstrasse, Zurich.

Open and Closed (Pic du Jour)

Still quite busy here in Zurich, so like yesterday I didn’t venture too far beyond the Badenerstrasse where I spotted this in a print shop window. I wish I had taken the original. For the record: the 216th (!!) straight Pic du Jour was taken on 16 Aug 2014 in …

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Empty seats on day three of the 2014 European Athletics Championships in Zurich

Nice Skies and Empty Seats, Zurich

Nice skies over empty seats at Zurich’s Letzigrund Stadium.

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Atrium of Zurich City Hall, or Stadthaus

Zurich City Hall – a Four Photo Tour

Ninety seconds of Zen in the atrium of Zurich’s City Hall.

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Baguettes Infested With Mice in a window display at a maternity apparel shop, Zurich, 2007

Baguettes Infested With Mice, Zurich

What does pregnancy have in common with baguettes infested with mice?

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On the Bus, Beograd, Serbia, 29-May-2007

Mirrors and Reflections – #Frifotos

This was taken more than six years ago in Belgrade. I love the woman’s melancholy gaze breaking through the reflection of the clouds. It’s one of my all-time favorite shots, captured spontaneously while waiting for a red light to turn green.

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A Thousand Fires in Your Belly

  When you come right down to it, all you have is yourself. Yourself is a sun with a thousand fires in your belly. The rest is nothing. I first came across that Picasso quote last August in a relatively quiet bridge underpass in Zurich. It was late morning but …

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Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich, 31-Aug-2012

Shooting in the rain – A Zurich Dandy Dozen and a bit of Dada

The dandiest of the several dozen that I shot on a rainy day in August anyway. Above and again below is the Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich’s landmark turn-of-the-last century art house where Dadaism was born during the waning days of World War I. The door was propped open and I walked …

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