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Seashore Trolley Museum’s – A voyage in the Past

The Seashore Trolley Museum, tucked in the woods away from the hustle and bustle of Kennebunkport village, was marking its 75th anniversary in 2014 by showcasing its extensive collection of electric trolley cars during a series of special events. A “Founders Day” celebration on July 5 will feature a narrated trolley parade and, more significantly, the return of the “Golden Chariot” …

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Manolo Chrétien – “The Instant Painter” portrait of a photographer

Manolo Chrétien is a talented French Photographer. In this 20′ intimate interview, he talks about his various inspirations as a graphic artist and photographer. He evokes the influence of his famous father and the aeronautic environment in which he grew up and remains a direct link to his daily life. Jean-Loup Chrétien was the first French Astronaut and the first …

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What’s Wrong With This ?

This is a 21 minute film, in Full High Definition. These images are extracted from the film. Sunrise above Casco Bay, on the coast of Maine. Facing 70° East, titled  “What’s Wrong With This” The answer to this question relies at 17:18 after the beginning of the film… Despite the Tar Sand Oil Threat for the coast of Maine and Sebago …

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Portfolio Photography 2014

Miscellaneous selection of photographies from 2014 Portfolio London Bridge 4 am Wheat field 55 Istanbul scene 99 Istanbul scene 56 istanbul Monument 42 London Bridge 88 Close up Glove 144 Close up glove 52 Promenade 128 Istanbul 44 Forst DS 55 Animals 82 Animals 85 Animals 86 Animals 92   Sky N°  521 London photo shoot 229 Reflection 22 Web 0.0 …

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Istanbul Crossroads

  At the Crossroad between Asia and Europe, Istanbul has always fascinated me as a photographer. My last trip in 2005 was an excuse to see the Bosphore again and to film some “Dreamscenes”. here the one shot on Istikal Avenue : & Here are a few shots of this trip. ” All my photos are water marked and copyrighted. For any …

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Atlas Films

For almost 10 years, I had the good fortune to work side by side with one of the greatest news reporter of the XXth Century, Camille Chatelot. Camille Chatelot spent most of his life traveling around the world for as Pathé News from 1946 until 1976. Before he passed away in 2001, at age 92, he was still a fascinating optimist …

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Budapest

Budapest is a grand city, a beautiful majestic town, comparable to Rome or Paris. ”  

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Nancy Rudolph, Pioneer photographer of the 20th century

Ever since she was a teenager, Mrs Rudolph was enamoured with Black and white photography, she is now considered as one of the pioneer woman photographers of the 20th century. Everywhere she would go, she was kept company by her Leica M6 and would capture the world surrounding her. Nancy has the capacity to connect with people, penetrate barriers, quickly privileged …