Wet but not bad part of my trip – my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip – my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

Bonjour my friends !!
I don’t see an end of the turn of images taken in Geneva and standing in the queue for their post. The only thing that changed – two sunny days were replaced with rainy, but still not too extremely pouring like rainy days here in Israel. I continued my walks and observations of local life, which I found calm and uniform, but of course with my eyes of a tourist, and tourist’s eyes often see the green grass of a neighbor garden.

Something off topic. Today I woke up with a great feeling of the weekend, that started an unstoppable desire to take my Hasselblad and to drive to Tel-Aviv for some mushroom picking (this way I call street photography). I loaded two 12 film backs with Rollei RPX 400 and did what I wanted – drove to spend a few hours nearby and near the Carmel market in the center of the city. And you know what – I found the city loaded with people like Helly Crowdy tin can. After a few rounds of searching for a paid parking (yes not a free one) I saw the only long queues of cars with drivers of the last, patiently waiting for the ability to become a happy owner of the two square meters for a few hours. Enough is enough – I turned back and returned home. This never happened to me before. And I love people, but in smaller amounts of them. I just felt such a huge desire to sit at home with a beer and to write this post, ]to prepare homemade food and to clean my garden – and all this without no queue and encroachment on mine privacy. I will find another day to start and to finish the loaded rolls Rollei. films.

This time I’m posting more images than in average – otherwise I will never finish them, and I have another personal “projects” and series to post.

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

Wet but not bad part of my trip - my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)

 

 

6 Replies to “Wet but not bad part of my trip – my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)”

  1. What a pity you weren’t able to find a parking space, Victor! But selfishly I’m glad you decided to go back home and post these instead. Beautiful images, all! My favorite though is the reflection of the umbrella with the leaves on the ground. I don’t know why, but it makes me melancholic (in a good way).

    1. thank you Heide. yes this lack of parking was the only reason not to push myself today and to return back to my village 😉 i have a lot of things to do also to.sleep a little bit more than i do usually. thank you for taking a look and careful browsing.

  2. Such awesome pics Victor! I saw some of these on your Instagram feed but didn’t know you had posted them here. Very finde b&w images!

    1. hey Sam ! thank you very much !! as usual i put a link to the new posts to my IG BIO and write in description that its there. but description on IG images are not too convenient to read if it more than one line of text ;-))

      1. Hi Victor! Honestly I think most people drop by the IG Bio once and never check it again, well, at least I’m guilty of that! Unless of course it’s stated in the post that link is in my bio, etc, etc. I’ll have to look more carefully next round. Apologies for that! 🙂

        1. its really ok and very personnaly. the only link that is working on IG is in our bio not in posts, some my friends also use this technique to notice about new posts ;-)) thank you again

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