Here are some pictures of a trip through the Scottish Isles. Starting in the Shetlands, we travelled down through to the Orkneys, then through the Hebrides, criss-crossing “The Minch” as we wend our way, dodging the worst of the weather to end in Dublin. Continue reading “The Scottish Isles”
Part of the Exhibition series from Albumen Gallery Publications, Egypt Street Sellers focusses on the vendors that surround Egypt’s historical and tourist sites. The books is available exclusively through Albumen Gallery in a bespoke, limited edition format.
Photographs: William Stewart
English Text: William Stewart
2018, 48pp, 24 images
Setting up for the projection nights at the Roman Theatre.[/caption]A week exploring Arles for this year’s (2019) Les Rencontres de la Photographie. Continue reading “A week in Arles – 2018”
The villages in France, and more generally in Europe have been in existence for many hundreds of years. In that time they accumulate stories, tales of adventure, of love, of woe, and of those that lie in ruins. In some, a natural cause might obscure a darker history, haunted by the memories of fallen lives amidst the wars of men. William Stewart’s book takes us on a journey through one such abandoned village, Oppède Le Vieux in Provence. Continue reading “Abandoned, Oppède Le Vieux”
The cloister of St Trophime supports some remarkable and eye-catching imagery, full of nightmares and the fears of a superstitious age. St Trophime (and its cloisture) was built around the 12th century and is a fine example of Romanesque architecture.
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The River Seine bisects, and in a very real sense defines, the geography of the city of Paris. So let us being our journey along the Seine, late in the afternoon, and watch as the light changes through sunset, until finally the golden city comes to light.
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