Even train stations deserve nice sunsets once in a while.
A Zurich barbershop quartet.
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 …
Everyone recycles paper in Zurich.
Nice skies over empty seats at Zurich’s Letzigrund Stadium.
Ninety seconds of Zen in the atrium of Zurich’s City Hall.
What does pregnancy have in common with baguettes infested with mice?
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.
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 …
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 …