Light, Camera & Sound: My French Film Festival via Cannes

Finally, I had time today to experience a taste of the film feature at past Cannes Film Festivals. These shorts and feature films mark the anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival. From July 6th until July 17th you have an opportunity to watch some of these films free of charge. They have closed-caption and subtitles available in a English, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Portuguese, … Continue reading Light, Camera & Sound: My French Film Festival via Cannes

Proposal For All: Green Architecture in Africa becoming the new structural phenom?

I follow an instagram page called Proposal For All. As written in its instagram page the mission statement is as follows: An artistic community of spaces dedicated to the production of new ideas. Located in a picturesque vision of the coastal Pacific Northwest. Furthermore, Proposal For All website is dedicated to the idea of using a creative space with a format (like, architecture, engineering and … Continue reading Proposal For All: Green Architecture in Africa becoming the new structural phenom?

Photogenic Interlude: Blissful Thinking

To understand a human’s path, you have to discover his passion. Blissful thinking is such a lucid sensiblity. I was just walking around downtown San Jose in its freeze dried pandemic state, excuse for not using the word COVID for its a dirty word. I saw this gentle man sleeping in the 60 plus degree temperature in the doorway of a building. What I saw … Continue reading Photogenic Interlude: Blissful Thinking

Photogenic Interludes: Olympus OM-1N Photojournal #1

On March 5th of this month, I was lucky, and healthy enough, to go out on a photo excursion nearby at Los Gatos Creek County Park. It’s a nice little nature reserve less than 10 minutes away from where I live here in Nor Cal city of San Jose. I have been meaning to get in some time to work on my photography starting with … Continue reading Photogenic Interludes: Olympus OM-1N Photojournal #1

Photogenic Interlude: Pigeon Point Dusk Rain

If the ether spoils Earth will in its toil A return to the afterbirth A distant concept of impure earth At the center of this venture I discovered a place to linger Pigeon point cove Desolate place disclose On a road know by many Scorched remembrance of yesterday’s raucous ocean waves with a pinch of gaunt mist A place secluded to be traveled by so … Continue reading Photogenic Interlude: Pigeon Point Dusk Rain

Photogenic Interlude: Rustic Remains/Flashes of a Past

I was driving down PCH here in northern California. From the highway, I saw an old dilapidated warehouse and a group of houses that look like barracks sitting around collecting dust in area off the highway. I exited off PCH to take a few photos. I might visit the area again later in the week. I could get some more photos, capture some videos and … Continue reading Photogenic Interlude: Rustic Remains/Flashes of a Past

Camera, Sound & Travel: Indonesia Is Calling!

She is so soft, so tender and so vibrant I was surprised to see Vincent Moon back in action so soon. I guess he has a message for COVID-19: va te faire foutre!! This film is the best artist tonic to relax our COVID-19 blues. These two clips are based on Indonesian musicians. What better place to film one these musicians than from the majestic … Continue reading Camera, Sound & Travel: Indonesia Is Calling!