Poster’s Ready

The poster I’ve created for the upcoming theater-show of my wife is now ready and is being published right now!
Based on a true medieval story from the Alsace.
Maybe you notice the differences between this final version and the previous one.
 
#entrezdansladanse #spectacle #Neufchâteau #legendes
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Autumn Skyline

I was listening to old Marillion records while enjoying a beer and glancing at those beautiful record covers.
And I thought, “Those airbrushed cloudy skies, I can see that when I look out of my window.”

So I had some inspiration to photograph the twilight evening with my mobile phone, and then edit the photo into a kind of Marillion Autumn Skyline.
Please watch with the music in the background …

#Marillion #Fish #photography #skyline #nature #autumn #sky #skies #albumcover #markwilkinson

Cropcircles

So, I’ve got permission to publish the poster for the theater piece. It’s in the graphics section of this blog, as well as on this front page (scroll down).
It’s 90% finished, maybe you can spot what work I still got left to do?

I also worked a bit on this blog (hey, I just started it so I’ve got some work to do), added some pictures: old ones and a recent one.

In my research for mysterious tales from the Vosges (for the Vogeesten blog), I’ve  found some interesting stories: something strange that fell out of the sky, and some cropcircles that appeared last summer.
When they are posted on the Vogeesten blog I’ll let you know.
But here’s a picture already from the biggest Vosges newspaper VosgesMatin.

Summer Fields

#photography #field #fields #summerlandscape #summer #landscape #BWphotography #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography
A Walk In The Fields

It was a nice two hour walk last sunday, in the fields in the countryside of the Vosges hills, around our village. We’ve walked maybe 6 or 7 km while it was 30 degrees Celcius. A fresh breeze made it very comfortable though.
I thought to memorize it by means of this picture. The area looked almost exactly like it could have been one or two centuries ago, so I thought I’d give it an old style image.