Three mind-blowing days in Paris: 600 photos. Result – a blog post and a new photo gallery I’ve still got to add some bee-keeping photos to that gallery but it’s nearly there.
‘One of the treats for my big forthcoming birthday was to visit the photography exhibition in Paris: ‘Qui a peur des femmes photographes’ (Who’s afraid of women photographers) The tongue-in-cheek reference to Virginia Woolf was echoed by a portrait of her mother, taken by one of the photographers featured. The hint of an allusion to the big, bad wolf was no accident either.’ Read more
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