I see so many nice collages of travelpictures on blogs. For example the blog La Maison d´Anna G shows nice pics also in (black and white) of Sicile. I often think: `Why didn´t I take those pictures when I was on holiday?`. I started to look at my own travelpictures again and I realize I do have a lot of nice pictures, but I just looked at them in a different way. When I´m making a photobook of a journey, I guess for me it´s more important to keep the memory of what we´ve done (from day to day) alive. The result is ´a very ordinary´ vacationbook, very nice for insiders, but worth nothing to bore you with..
However, besides taking thousends of pics of my suntanned family, endless sunsets and rocky landscapes, I do have a few recurrent themes in my pictures, which you might like to see. I´ve spend a lot of precious vacationhours photographing the close-ups of tile walls, flaking paint on wood and old doors. Seems rather dull when I mention it like that.. but putting them together gives a very nice result!
Flaking paint on wood and old doors:
These pictures are taken in Lissabon (Portugal), Ronda (Spain), Marrakech (Marocco), Skyros (Greece), Alghero (Sardine), Venice (Italy).