Beige is not boring the way that Paris does it. Being subtle, it emphasizes and enhances the beauty of the city's ancient textures. It creates an overall sense of harmony that is rare in a large city, creating a soft and calming effect (at least on me). When in Paris, I never tire of photographing its infinite variety.
If you live in certain parts of North America, you'll be happy to know that spring is arriving on schedule elsewhere in the world. I had to go to all the way to Paris a couple of weeks ago to find signs of it. I'll be sharing many more photographs in the weeks to come.
Jokulsarlon is a glacier lagoon in Iceland and is one of the most spectacular places I have ever visited. At the edge of the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier, which has been in retreat since the 1930s, icebergs of various sizes break off into the lagoon creating a ghostly procession. The luminous chunks of blue ice punctuated by striations of black lava create an endless variety of beautiful forms and designs. I spent the day capturing a multitude of icy compositions, eating hot fish soup to keep warm, and riding out on a Zodiac to float amongst the icebergs.