Pic(k) of the week 24: PALAZZO PUBBLICO, SIENA – FUJIFILM X-T100

When I decided to take the brand new Fujifilm X-T100 with me on a weeklong Travel photography trip to Italy, I supposed it would be used as my general walk around and Street Photography camera and not as my main camera. A Fujifilm X-H1, which comes...

Pic(k) of the week 10: BURJ KHALIFA LASER SHOW – Fujifilm X-H1

For the first time in years, there was no firework display at the Burj Khalifa last New Years eve. While there was still lots of other firework shows around Dubai, the worlds largest tower got an interesting laser show instead. Due to the popularity of the show...

Pic(k) of the week 7: CASA MILA – LA PEDRERA BARCELONA

Often referred to as the "city of Gaudi", Barcelona is without a doubt one of my favorite European cities. Before he devoted all of his attention to completing the Sagrada Familia, ingenious architect Antoni Gaudí's last private residence was Casa Milà.Popularly known as La Pedredra (open quarry), the...

Pic(k) of the week 48: LOUVRE Abu Dhabi – Where East meets West

Over the last decennia, the capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi, has been promoting itself as the cultural center of the region. Saadiyat island which initially had several large museums planned, is meant to be the center of this. It is unclear which museums will eventually take...

Pic(k) of the week 41: LOOKING UP AT MUCEM, Marseille, France

It is often been said that interesting modern Architecture often changes a city over a few years; this might become the case with one of Marseille's latest buildings; MUCEM, a museum devoted to European and Mediterranean civilizations which opened in 2013. As Marseille is trying to get rid off its...

Pic(k) of the week 35: SLEEPY CITY IS WAKING UP – Swan Bells, Perth

When I first visited Perth, the capital of Western Australia more than 10 years ago, I saw a large city with a small city feel. It was very quiet after dark and didn't really have a lot of modern architecture, except for one, more later. Still being the fourth largest city in Australia after Sydney,...

Pic(k) of the week 32: VILLA CAVROIS, ROUBAIX

Over the last few months, my Architectural photography has been somewhat put on the back burner. Having said so, I still really do enjoy documenting great Architecture; whether it is an early 20th century or Modern building, it often gets my attention!For me the Art Deco...