PARISIAN PROTECTION

  And there stands reassurance right on front of me at the exits of metros still moving behind me, where men, always black men, always banlieue, who I recognise from the streets yesterday begging for bread, now search for bombs in bags so Parisians feel more protected. Really Paris, is this your position or areContinue reading “PARISIAN PROTECTION”

IN THE GARDEN OF MOTHER EARTH

  Mother, the path has been puzzling and there are patterns now, penetrating patterns once thought impossible, entwined around veins, like vines that vie for vittles on walls already wavering, on buildings bare as if each brick banished is a breath broken, Mother, I carry more now than before but fragments have flown, not yetContinue reading “IN THE GARDEN OF MOTHER EARTH”

SECRETS ON THE STAIRS

Where turrets twist light leaps around steps long since merged with the marks, caressed into carpets made bare by the burdens they now bare, secrets stored in stairs that turn ever onwards, ever upwards, always reaching for the rest of the story never truly told in the light still leaping. All Words and Photographs byContinue reading “SECRETS ON THE STAIRS”

A YEAR IN THE GREEN WINDMILL 

One year ago today, an Irishman on the doorstep of 40, moved from Amsterdam to Paris, to rue du moulin vert, street of the green windmill. The apartment was perfect but in need to a little loving… A year later, the love is felt… All decor and photographs made with love by Damien B. Donnelly

PICTURES OF SAN FRAN; AFTER ARMISTEAD

A tour of San Francisco in search of the shadows of Tales of the City, the epic Armistead Maupin series of novels, begun as a regular feature in 1974 in the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper and following the lives of a group of family, friends and foes, career go-getters and castaways spanning over 40 decadesContinue reading “PICTURES OF SAN FRAN; AFTER ARMISTEAD”

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