Jessica's PhotoBlog

For me, a good local café can become your home away from home when you're in a foreign city, and a great way to connect with the locals… in Paris, for us, it…

After my first visit to the Louvre, and Nima's third… lots of light snow, no real queue to get in, and the immensity and age of its contents so completely…

Some of the night shots from our time in Paris… we walked so much while there, but more so at night, after dinner…

One of the finest examples of art nouveau styling, the interior of the Galeries Lafayette at Christmas time was quite the spectacle - not just the decorations,…

For the first time in a long time, there was a chill in the air today. It's now well into autumn, and the well over 100 days in excess of 20 degrees (celsius)…

Sometimes it's just how I feel. Not because of my red hair, or from listening to Bob Dylan (or the guy next door try really hard to sing like Bob Dylan). So…

A little hybrid tea rose, the ‘Henri Matisse’, bestowed some joy to my world when it appeared in my kitchen… while it may seem obvious to photograph it, to me…

As some of you may already know, life has been pretty sad of late. In late January, I had to say goodbye to a family member, and a best friend: our 15 and a…

I've been spending a lot of time away from the computer in recent times. And also from my camera. I don't know why, but I just haven't felt as compelled to…

My place in the world: Why should it bring me grief? Mountain cherry Blossom in my sight, Were it ever so… - Murasaki Shikibu

The diamond cracker, or locomotive fireman, walks down the station platform after an afternooon run on the Puffing Billy railway [en.wikipedia.org]

Winter has well and truly arrived. Cold starts and cold ends now mark most days. It can seem endless, the grey, and cloudy days that follow one after the other……
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