I love coming across animals in the wild. A snake this morning. Swimming past as we forded a river. Then an ibex in the afternoon. Unafraid. Turning to look then leaping away over the stones. Free. Wild. A reminder of all we have destroyed. And of what we can still save. Before it is too late. .
A family in Biyo Cade waits for their instax portrait to develop.
Ever grateful for the places my camera has taken me, the people I have met through it, and the stories I’ve been able to tell because of it. And although I love taking photos, gifting them (either in print or @instaxhq form) will always be my favorite thing.
Happy World Photography Day to my fellow photogs. Whichever machine you choose as your medium, I hope it brings you a greater understanding of the world around you. We need more of that everyday. #myfujifilm
So many blue this Summer. So much ocean shades. But I want you to know that I am a mountain ~ man 🏕 and I have missed so much my Lovely Engadin and my small lakes. Yes. My hicking life the last 8 years was amazing ! And now... my Swiss🇨🇭side wishes you a lovely weekend 🐮🎄🦔🐄🍶
Walking down rue Bonaparte on the way from Place Garibaldi to the Old Port
Who else loves this area?
Hawa Mahal | Palace of Winds
953 delicately sculpted stone lattice windows, balconies and hanging cornices form this honeycomb structure in the west wing of the City Palace in Jaipur.
A prodigy of cross ventilation, dating from 1799, this building ensures a pleasant climate during the summer months and also acts as a great mask, allowing the ladies of the court to observe everyday life in the street below while hiding behind the jali. Jali, the carved stone screens, help lowering the temperature by compressing the air through the holes and winds passing through these openings cool down the entire area behind.
Lal Chand Ustad was the architect of this extraordinary structure. Designed for the Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in a fusion of Hindu Rajput and Islamic Mughal architecture, the palace was built in the red and pink coloured sand stone of the “Pink City” Jaipur.
#accidentallywesanderson#LeicaQ@leicauk while exploring North India with @kamalantravels