nola: the spotted cat

We started our visit to Cajun Country by visiting a New Orleans institution: the Spotted Cat Music Club on Frenchmen street. Although it was a hot and humid Monday night the venue was crammed with people listening to the jazz band and sipping Abita - a locally made beer. After all, that's what you do in NOLA, no?

ft. lauderdale: myspace

An American institution, parking meters are somewhat interesting for an European, we're only used to parking machines. This one was spotted outside downtown Fort Lauderdale, part of metropolitan area of Miami.

miami: dead city

Downtown Miami looks totally deserted on a Saturday afternoon, literally like out of a hollywood disaster film. Plus, there's nothing really to see...

pastel miami beach

These gas / water / electrical substations of some sort were sitting in the middle of residential part of Miami Beach. Pretty cool colors, I felt like I traveled in time to the '80s!

miami: metro mover

Metro Mover is a free-of-charge shuttle train service circling downtown Miami. On a Saturday afternoon it's a refuge for homeless trying to get off the humid and hot sidewalks of empty business district in a nice, air conditioned interior of the car.

I'm having my birthday in Paris now so expect some pictures soon!

welcome to vice city

First afternoon in Miami Beach welcomed us with this spectacular view. Downtown Miami in the distance. The view made me remember all those movies and video games...

Happy Valentine's Day from Valencia, Spain!

bessa: waterfall

High up in the Polish Tatra mountains. Due to the weather downturn, the picture came out a little underexposed.
Taken with Voigtlander Bessa.

bessa: krakow old town backyards

If it wasn't for the cars parked in the alleyway, one could think this picture was taken a hundred years ago. This part of town haven't changed much since than.
St. Andrew's roman church and baroque St. Peter and St. Paul's.
Taken with my vintage Voigtlander Bessa.

bessa: ghettocourt

Actually, "Ghettocourt" stands for Warsaw's Hardcourt Bike Polo Organization, but this literally abandoned school basketball court needed a proper name. Found behind the no. 93 Elementary School in Krakow, taken with my vintage Voigtlander Bessa back during the summer of 2010.

Meanwhile, I am in Barcelona now taking advantage of the warm weather and shooting a lot, it's so beautiful!

london cyclist

That fellow did have a lot of lights, I must say! I've met him in front of Tesco Metro at Covent Garden very late at night. As you can see, he wasn't very pleased with me taking this picture but eventually agreed.

soho: friday night

Some play, some work.
A minicab driver (English car service), resting in his car before/after a long night of driving drunk Londoners around.

london: lights of soho

This actually was the "ceiling" of the frozen yogurt shop on Brewer and Rupert. The colors ware changing repeatedly every few seconds, really cool!
I didn't try the yoghurt.