Stefan Fletcher's General Posts

Fuji X70, edited in LR, August 2016. Testing links with a youtube thing . Don't buy the artichokes.

Provence is idyllic but even in the most ideal location some projects never come through. A luxury hotel development must have run out of money with just the…

Roussillon is one of those bijoux (read: “fake”) tourist villages that enchant tourists and attract expats. The village is unusual in lying on vast deposits of…

At the end of the 1950s Jean Cocteau directed one of his little follies, le Testament d’Orphée , and roped in his buddy, Picasso, for a touch of artwork. I’m…

I haven't been posting much lately. I blame it on a combination of work and packing, but a friend of mine kindly took me out for the Great Athenian Tradition of…

Unbeknownst to many of you, I am in fact a member of the Greek Parliament. In a spirit of solidarity with my British counterparts, I have decided to disclose my…

Title sounds rather sinister, doesn't it? Well, obviously it's not the case. I suffer from a strange affliction: every time I see someone reading, I have to go…

I'm stuck in my office working, to quote the immortal bard, like a blue-arsed fly, so of course I'd rather be seeing friends, roasting to a crisp red at the…

I was still at the airport arriving from Paris when I received a call from the people who own the bar/restaurant you read about in this post [photoblog.com].…

I am always struck by the solidarity of people posting here considering how disparate and diverse we all are. But there is one thing which remains constant:…

Those of you who have read this post [photoblog.com] know that I like the Raymond Chandler / Ellroy James world view; that cynical, terse yet lyrical,…

I’m slightly miffed that by far the most popular post I’ve submitted here has been a long, blank vertical image (“Eskimo sex and other titles”). I’m not sure…
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