Posts about 52weeks

Week 34 of 52

”Do not try to bend the spoon; that’s impossible. Instead only try to realize the truth: There is no spoon.“ The Matrix (1999)

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Week 31 of 52

View larger and read a blog post about this photo at permanenttourist.ch/articles/2009/08/summer-afternoon-at-…

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Week 25 of 52

On a lunchtime fitness walk around the back streets of residential Bern with Agatha Christie in my ears. Blogged here: permanenttourist.ch/2009/06/one-little-soldier-marching-a…

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Week 23 of 52

Me and Marc Quinn. His exhibition piece at the Fondation Beyeler in Basel consists of four casts of his own head from between 1991 and 2006, each formed using 9 litres of his own frozen blood. They look like quite revolting ice lollies in a way, with each of them varying in density and texture. […]

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Week 22 of 52

“Into the Future”: a new blog post at Permanent Tourist. (Photo by Jo.) permanenttourist.ch/blog/2009/06/11/into-the-future/

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Week 16 of 52

In bed with Joe McNally. Strobist info: read the book! :-) (Shot with ambient light only. This photo was taken in time for week 16, I just forgot to post it until today!)

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Week 15 of 52

After a long weekend of walking (and several years’ service), my trusty walking shoes are in dire need of replacement or repair…

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Alien Abduction Part I

See Part II here… Strobist info: white balance set to tungsten to bring out some colour in the sky; single strobe high camera left with 1/2 CTO gel, fired optically using pop-up flash at 1/8 power as on-camera fill. Ambient light at -4 EV.

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Alien Abduction Part II (Week 14 of 52)

Strobist info: white balance set to tungsten to bring out some colour in the sky; single strobe high camera left with 1/2 CTO gel, fired optically using pop-up flash at 1/8 power as on-camera fill. Ambient light at -4 EV.

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Week 11 of 52

One of a set of street photographs I took between Spiez and Bern this morning, on my way to work. Many of the shots were grabbed from waist height or with only minimal framing. View the complete set here: permanenttourist.ch/photo/galleries/documentary/commuting/

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