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It’s Going to Get Better!

Light and color make this gondola image the quintessential rendering of “Venice” in my view
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Wow.  Here I am, yet again, apologizing for a rather long hiatus from writing.  It has been a very full summer, with lots of business and personal activity, and some travel (none of it photo-related).  So I have let the blog languish.  It will be another couple weeks before much additional activity, but I think that is a good thing.  🙂

The ubiquitous black gondola (shown here with the also common blue cover) is a favorite subject of photographers
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Next week, we leave for another Mediterranean adventure.  This time, we will spend several days in Venice, and then board our cruise ship in Civitavecchia (Rome) for a tour of Sicily, several Greek Isles, and Italy’s Amalfi Coast.

Beach Resort
Amalfi, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

It goes without saying that I will be toting the camera, and expect to come back with some new material for the blog!  So, I will see you in September.

Restaurant; Mykonos, Greece
Copyright 2013; Andy Richards

Color

Shop; Istanbul, Turkey
Copyright Andy Richards 2014

Hey there.  I have been “MIA” lately.  A series of “life events,” together with the general malaise I usually feel during the winter months, have conspired against my writing.  Where I live, we get snow, but it is “dirty” snow that melts.  There is no “snowy landscape” shooting around here.  I was able to get some Florida shots in the early part of the winter.  We still don’t have anything shoot-worthy here right now.  It is cold and mostly wet.  But there is hope.  We do have early leaves on the trees, and green plants and dandelions.  Now we just need some warm sun to produce some flowers.  So here we are.

Residence; Clontarf, Ireland
Copyright Andy Richards 2014

Color.  I think it is pretty well-accepted that color attracts.  I know it does for me.  I see color and I tend to gravitate toward it with my lens.  I have shot and presented in color for the better part of 35 years.

Venice, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2013

I have shot B&W.  I shot it as a “reporter-photographer” for my college newspaper and yearbook.  I shot a whole roll of of the beautiful cherry blossoms around the Tidal Basin in Washington D.C. once — accidentally.  But that’s another story  🙂 .  And I tell myself I will spend some time one day seriously looking at B&W as a photographic art.  I am truly impressed by the successful B&W shooters out there.  It is hard.  Especially for the nature and outdoor topics that I like to shoot.  But that’s another topic on another day.

Shop; St. Maarten
Copyright Andy Richards 2012

So, color.  I was recently doing some “maintenance” on my LightCentric Website, and noticed a couple images that–after I worked them up to post to the site–I had not really ever paid attention to.  And I wondered why?  Why did I even make these images.  Yes, they are often typical to the culture where I made them.  And I was there.  Those are pretty good reasons.

Istanbul, Turkey
Copyright Andy Richards 2013

But what made me shoot them?  As I looked at them and thought about it, the answer came almost immediately clear:  color.  Color attracted me to them.  And, more often than not, it was some particular colored object within the frame that drew my attention.  And as I considered it more, I realized that is a theme of much of my travel and “place” photography.  I look for color.  Subconsciously.  I see color and I am drawn to it.  And I guess it it no coincidence that color attracts us all.  When you look at the markets, many of the displays are a wash of color.  I saw that in Turkey.  I saw it in Venice.  I saw it all over the Caribbean.  I even see it in places like Milbrae, California, Saginaw, Michigan and Dunedin, Florida.

Shop; Kyoto, Japan
Copyright Andy Richards 2016

Color is everywhere.  Color attracts.  I like color and I shoot color.  Pretty simple.

Mediterranean Reprise

Ponte Vecchio Florence, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Ponte Vecchio
Florence, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Followers may have noted that I have not been posting lately.  To my own surprise, my most recent post was in March.  I seems hardly possible that 2 months have passed, but they have been 2 of the most action-filled months in my recent years.  Life has a way of taking twists and turns.  I have mentioned here that about 3 years ago, we purchased a home in Clearwater, Florida, which will be our retirement home eventually.  There is still lots more to explore and do in Florida and much of it will probably have to wait until I am permanently down there, which is not yet :-).

Trevi Fountain Rome, Italy Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Trevi Fountain
Rome, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

I thought I would follow the travels of my friends, and feature some of my “off the beaten” path images of those iconic places

But it was time for another “phase” in the process.  For 3 years now, I have been living essentially by myself (my wife and our dog spend 90% of their time — blissfully — in our Florida home) in a near 3000 square foot home here in Michigan.  It was time for me to move on from there, and so we put several months of effort and a few dollars into modernizing the home we lived in for 24 years and put it on the market.  I keep saying I should have bought a lottery ticket at the same time.  It sold in a weekNeedless to say, I wasn’t ready, and I have spent much of my missing-in-action time (essentially every non-working minute), cleaning and packing up 30 + years worth of accumulated …. we’ll call them “things” :-).  Some serious down-sizing was also in the mix.

The ubiquitous black gondola (shown here with the also common blue cover) is a favorite subject of photographers Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

The ubiquitous black gondola (shown here with the also common blue cover) is a favorite subject of photographers
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Now I am moved into a much smaller 2 bedroom rental condominium with no maintenance duties and just right size for me.  I have high hopes this summer of golf, biking, running and photography (oh, and that pesky career thing, too :-)).

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Streets of Venice Copyright Andy Richards 2013

As I follow Facebook, I am struck by that fact that at least 3 of my friends and acquaintances are or have recently traveled to Mediterranean Europe.  As readers here know, I have been on two cruises there.  I must like it, because we just booked another one for 2017, with the same friends who traveled with us last time (they must like it too 🙂 ).GRAND_CANAL Venice Italy 091120130109

 

I must like the Mediterranean.  I have been on 2 cruises there and now have booked another in 2017

It has been fun to see so many images that I captured myself, of places we visited.  But one thing that seems to be consistent is that the images are of well-known primary places all visitors go to see.  It is pretty likely that the tour guides follow pretty much the same menu.  I have a couple mentors who have encouraged me over the years to look to see things other than the icons, and to “see” things happening around me with my camera.  Moving to the “small” camera for my travel has no-doubt fostered this approach.  So, I thought I would follow the travels of my friends, and feature some of my “off the beaten” path images of those iconic places.

Streets of Venice copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Streets of Venice
copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Venice is my (so far) favorite place in Mediterranean Europe.  For a photographer:  “eye-candy” everywhere you look.  20 years ago, I would have burned up all my film in Venice during our 4 day pre-cruise visit!  I’ll just re-post a few here.

Grand Canal at Night, Venice, Italy copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Grand Canal at Night, Venice, Italy
copyright 2013 Andy Richards

We have been to Athens 2 times and are destined for a third.  There is so much European history to photograph there.  Perhaps my best effort there is this image of these young military men, on flag raising detail at the Parthenon.

Flag Detail The Acropolis Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Flag Detail
The Acropolis
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

In Rome, there are so many iconic images, including the Trevi Fountain, The Coliseum, The Vatican, The Pantheon and on and on.  One place everyone visits is the Spanish Steps, and I — like every other tourist, took my share of images on and around the steps.  The image here is looking back from a Roman street, with the normal activity of the local businesses, on the inevitable commercialization cropping up around this awesome example of classic architecture.

Roman Street Spanish Steps in Background Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Roman Street
Spanish Steps in Background
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

My favorite image from both my trips to Rome is this somewhat “reflective” image on a quiet Roman Street.

City Center Rome, Italy Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

City Center
Rome, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

When I think of Tuscany, I think of wine country, Florence and Pisa.  In Pisa, the “Leaning Tower” is obviously the attraction.  But the walled city and the other buildings are pretty impressive architecture, too.  Of course, you have to get that silly image of your companion “holding up the tower” too :-).  My  unique “takeaway” from Pisa was this detail shot of the marble.

Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Florence is all about the grand shot from up on the high plaza of the entire city, and shots in and around the famous bridge passageway.  I got those, too.  But I was intrigued by Mussolini’s speaking balcony perhaps more than anything else in this city.

Mussolini's Balcony Palazzo Vechio Florence, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Mussolini’s Balcony
Palazzo Vechio
Florence, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Provence is about wine and romance.  My images there hopefully address that.

Aix-en-Provence, France Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Aix-en-Provence, France
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Chateau la Dorgonne Provence, France Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Chateau la Dorgonne
Provence, France
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Lots of cruises end in Barcelona.  We started there.  The city of Gaudi has pretty much unlimited photo opportunities for the creative.  Here are a couple of my favorites.

Palau De Musica Barcelona, Spain Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Palau De Musica Barcelona, Spain
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Palau De Musica Barcelona, Spain Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Palau De Musica Barcelona, Spain
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Barcelona, Spain Sony RX100iv Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Barcelona, Spain
Sony RX100iv
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

I will be doing my research soon for the next trip to this region in September, 2017.  Hope you enjoyed some of these re-treads.  Hopefully, I can get back to my regular weekly posting, now that life is returning to a normal routine.  Best regards and as always, thanks for reading.

My Favorite Images from the Mediterranean — 2015

Florence Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Florence Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Looking back on the series on our Mediterranean Cruise, it occurred to me that I came away with some “favorite” images. I thought I would revisit and showcase those images in a blog all its own.

La Segrada Familia Barcelona, Spain Copyright Andy Richards 2015

La Segrada Familia
Barcelona, Spain
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

I grew up in the middle Northwest of the United States (Michigan), and have spent a fair amount of time on its East Coast. Except for some brief forays into Canada and a trip or two to the Caribbean, until 2013, I had never been out of the continental United State. To be sure, we have many wonderful venues in our great country and I have yet to see all of them. But going to Europe, where history is seen in 1000’s of years, in contrast to our U.S. history of 100’s of years, is a humbling experience. There is so much to see, appreciate and photograph. One day, I will do a travel favorite images blog. But for today – images from Mediterranean Europe; 2015.

Museu Nacional D'art Catalunya Barcelona, Spain Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Museu Nacional D’art Catalunya
Barcelona, Spain
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

While it is certainly not my “best” travel photo and does not really capture the spirit of big, bold city of Barcelona, the first image I captured from our touring van of the Museu Nacional D’art Catalunya, resonates with me for some reason. It does rain in Europe, after all.

Palau De Musica Barcelona, Spain Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Palau De Musica Barcelona, Spain
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Barcelona is about modern art and architecture. But it is equally about Calalunya and Catalonian culture. So my shot of the Palau De Musica, with the Catalonian Flag prominently displayed, and the colorful art and architecture, represents Barcelona as well as I can.

Chateau la Dorgonne Provence, France Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Chateau la Dorgonne
Provence, France
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

When I think of France, I think of wine and romance. My favorites for our short visit to Provence were the first vineyard we visited – Chateau La Dorgonne – and my shot of the fountain at Aix en Provence.

Aix-en-Provence, France Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Aix-en-Provence, France
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

I love Italy. The food, the art, the architecture, the culture and it’s enthusiastic and at the same time, “laid back” citizens. We didn’t really get to know Tuscany in an intimate way. I really would like to go back and spend some time there, like we did in Venice in 2013. Of course, the big draw for tourism is Pisa and Florence, and my shots of the Tower and the Passageway/Bridge were my “takeaways” from that day. Historically, these visits were a highlight of the trip. Photographically, while satisfying, I didn’t really make any particularly unique images.

Bell Tower Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Bell Tower
Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

 

Ponte Vecchio Florence, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Ponte Vecchio
Florence, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Rome speaks for itself. The ancient ruins; the Coliseum; the Vatican, and the many other historical places are amazing. It is again, a city I could spend a few days in with ease. I would like to see some of the neighborhoods, and leisurely enjoy its night life and its great restaurants and food. It is a magnificent and grandiose city, as one might expect. My favorite image was of a tour boat on the river with the Castel Angel in the background. Our driver stopped in traffic while I jumped out on the bridge to capture this shot. The boat was an unplanned bonus.

Castel Angel Rome, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Castel Angel
Rome, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The shot of the Roman Forum is different from the one recently posted in my blog, but is also one of my favorite images from this trip to Rome.

The Roman Forum Rome, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The Roman Forum
Rome, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

I didn’t get to see much of Montenegro. I would certainly return there if the itinerary or opportunity presented itself. Hopefully my image represents the spirit of the place.

Kotor Montenegro Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Kotor Montenegro
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The trip to the Acropolis is always impressive. But the shot of the soldiers, coming out of the Agora after raising the flag for the day, was an unexpected and nice photo opportunity.

Flag Detail The Acropolis Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Flag Detail
The Acropolis
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Intimate shots have always been a draw for me, and much of my portfolio “favorites” are of such shots, rather than the iconic images (which I also shoot a lot of imagery of). This garden shot is probably my favorite of this trip to Athens.

Detail The Agora; Athens, Greece Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Detail
The Agora; Athens, Greece
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

I am looking forward to my next trip to the Mediterranean.

Rome; Reprise

Castel Angel Rome, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Castel Angel
Rome, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The 2013 aborted cruise was supposed to take us to Rome for a day, including a private guided tour of the Vatican. We looked forward to that, but were only ultimately able to spend an afternoon in Rome, near the center city. In a whirlwind walking tour on our own, we saw the Coliseum, The Spanish Steps, and The Trevi Fountain, as well as some the ancient ruins around that part of the city. We considered ourselves fortunate to see what we did see.

Trevi Fountain Rome, Italy Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Trevi Fountain
Rome, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

 

Roman Street Spanish Steps in Background Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Roman Street
Spanish Steps in Background
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

So we looked forward to this trip to Rome even more. We did get our private tour – a group of six of us – and it was rewarding. We saw the Coliseum again – this time the inside – and the Spanish Steps again.  As I looked back up the Spanish Steps at the blatantly material – and relatively new advertisement backdrop, I couldn’t help but wonder what the original architect (Francesco de Sanctis) and the original Roman builders in the 1700’s would have thought of them today?

Stadium Rome, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Chariot Race Track – Stadium
Rome, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Unfortunately, The Trevi Fountain is now under repair, and our friends were disappointed not to see it. Even so, we were still able to toss the coin over our backs into the fountain, which is said to guarantee a return trip to Rome. We are ready. It is a pretty amazing city, and I would like to spend a couple more leisurely days and evenings there.

The Colliseum Rome, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The Colliseum
Rome, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The trip to The Vatican is a “must-do” for any student of history, and particularly for believers in the Catholic faith. But it is somewhat disappointing in that it is incredibly crowded. Our private guide assured us that it is like this every day it is open. There is a huge and formidable art exhibit in the Vatican, which has in the nature of a mile of halls with original artwork. There is no possible way to see it all in a short visit and the crowds are so thick that it is really difficult to appreciate it. But we were there!

Papal Residence Vatican, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Papal Residence
Vatican, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

One of the coolest things we saw in The Vatican was the Sistine Chapel. I found the apparatus to allow the smoke to release when the College of Cardinals elects a Pope fascinating. Unfortunately for us photographers, no photography is allowed in the chapel.

Art Work in the Vatican Vatican, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Art Work in the Vatican
Vatican, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

There are, nonetheless, some “obligatory” images at the Vatican, and I tried to make them, including St. Peter’s Square, the Papal Residence, and of course, the official palace guards.

Swiss Guards Vatican, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Swiss Guards
Vatican, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The remainder of our time in Rome we saw some things we had not seen in our first visit, including the Mayor’s Palace, and the Roman Forum.

 

The Roman Forum Rome, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The Roman Forum
Rome, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

 

The Mayor's Palace Rome, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The Mayor’s Palace
Rome, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

 

Rome, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Rome, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

 

The Pantheon Rome, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The Pantheon
Rome, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Tuscany; Pisa

Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Tuscany was another place we missed on the 2013 shortened cruise. Over the years, I have heard and read that two of the most magical places for photographers are Provence and Tuscany. Unfortunately, the motif of a cruise is short glimpses of the ports of call, and true to expectations, we got a tantalizing taste of the countryside in both places. Not really long enough to immerse ourselves, but enough to beckon us to come back someday.

Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The “tourist” highlights of Tuscany, of course, are Pisa and Florence. Pisa is best known for its famous “Leaning Tower.” My research reveals that there is much more to Pisa than the tower. In addition to housing the University of Pisa, there are numerous medieval buildings including churches and palaces, and several bridges over the River Arno, which (as in many cities) bisects Pisa.

Duomo Facade Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Duomo Facade
Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

With only a day tour, there was much to see in Tuscany, and regrettably, we only had time scheduled to see the Tower and its grounds, located at the north end of the old town center, known as Piazza dei Miracoli (a/k/a Piazza del Duomo), or “Square of Miracles.” As is the historical norm for European cities, the central feature of the Piazza is the Duomo (Cathedral). The “Leaning Tower” is actually the bell tower for the Duomo.Lean

Bell Tower Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Bell Tower
Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

I was prepared to be underwhelmed by the tower, but was pleasantly surprised. Its presence is much more dramatic in person than any of the photos or paintings I had previously seen. Although I can report that the tower, a structure separate from the Duomo, does indeed lean, we are assured that they have shored up the foundation in such a way that it won’t lean anymore.

Duomo Interior Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Duomo Interior
Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

But the other buildings in the Piazza, including the Duomo and the Pisa Baptistry (said to be the largest baptistery in Italy), are equally impressive. Like many such monumental works in Europe, this collection of buildings was built over a span of 100’s of years, beginning sometime in the 1100’s.

Duomo Interior Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Duomo Interior
Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The old city was, like many Medieval towns, walled.  You can see the remaining structure walls around parts of the Piazza.

Walls of Old City Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Walls of Old City
Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

The building interiors are also remarkable. I always marvel at how the Italian worked with the beautiful Italian Marble, along with gold and pigments to create colorful art.

Pisa, Italy Copyright Andy Richards 2015

Pisa, Italy
Copyright Andy Richards 2015

A Glimpse of Rome

One of thousands of restaurants in City Center Rome, Italy Copyright 2013  Andy Richards

One of thousands of restaurants in City Center
Rome, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Our flight out of Rome Airport home wasn’t ultimately scheduled until 3 days after our crippled cruise ship docked in Naples. After our nice day on the Amalfi Coast, we returned to the ship for one last dinner in the dining room on board. The next morning, we called the tour company we had originally scheduled the Amalfi Coast tour with (they told us to let them know if there was anything they could do for us) and asked them if they could get us a driver to take us to Rome. They found a driver and our friends, who had scheduled a couple days in Rome joined us. Our driver took us to our airport Marriot, where we dropped off our luggage and rode with them in to City Center. We would catch a shuttle back to the Marriot later that evening.

City Center Rome, Italy Copyright 2013  Andy Richards

City Center
Rome, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Our friends were in a hotel right in City Center and we were able to walk to several of the sought-after sites. The first thing we did after dropping off their luggage, was sought out a place for lunch. Just a few steps from the hotel, there was a long flight of stairs down to one of the main streets in the area, where we found a nice café. One of the things I found very inviting about the whole of the Mediterranean, was that virtually every restaurant or café had outdoor eating and it was the norm, when weather permitted.

Spanish Steps Rome, Italy Copyright 2013  Andy Richards

Spanish Steps
Rome, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

Like each of our stops, we had booked a private and fairly comprehensive tour of Rome, which included areas in the City Center and the Vatican. Sadly, we only had a few hours that afternoon, and neither time, nor tickets for Vatican attractions. But we made the best of our self-guided walking tour, using one of the tourist maps we found along the way.

Trevi Fountain Rome, Italy Copyright 2013  Andy Richards

Trevi Fountain
Rome, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

From our lunch stop, we found our way to the top of The Spanish Steps and at the bottom, somehow found our way to the famous Trevi Fountain. It is a tradition to stand with your back to the fountain, tossing a coin over your shoulder into the pool. This, it is said, guarantees your return to Rome. So, I guess I will be back -:). The Lonely Planet Guide says 3,000 euro’s are tossed into the fountain daily. The shear numbers of humanity in this area of Rome is impressive!

Trevi Fountain Rome, Italy Copyright 2013  Andy Richards

Trevi Fountain
Rome, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards

After visiting and photographing the Fountain, we followed one of the main streets South to the Colosseum, one of Rome’s most famous landmarks. Along the way, we saw buildings, and ruins everywhere. It is a magical city, and we are looking forward to a return trip with more time to explore. We hope to travel back to the Mediterranean for our “make-up” cruise sometime in the next 2 years, so stay tuned.

Colosseum Rome, Italy Copyright 2013  Andy Richards

Colosseum
Rome, Italy
Copyright 2013 Andy Richards