The Mercado do Bolhão has been about to close many times. With fewer and fewer customers, there are less sellers like this lady who sells local produce, often at a better value than the local supermarket. The lack of customers in an economic crisis is wearisome, as seen in this woman’s expression. And so we reach the last day of this photographic journey of my past year. What a ride! This project has taught me a lot. Perseverance. There were times where it got difficult. There were times where it seemed like there was no option but to quit or give up. …
Overlooking the D Luis bridge in Porto.
With the economic situation and the lack of work or funding, it’s heartbreaking to see so many people in need in Portugal and asking for a little help to get by.
Walking through the archways at Praça do Comércio in Lisbon gives the sense that it’s never-ending!
Back to the 80s with this pinball machine at l’Ecurie, one of my favourites here in Geneva.
This truck has the whole levitation technology to a tee.
Finding light tones in the autumn light shining in this abandoned car garage in Nyon.
Busking in the centre of Geneva and reminding us of the value in small gestures: A Franc in my world makes a big difference.
A Porsche Cayenne drives through the archway of Geneva’s Vielle Ville.
The perfect companion to a bicycle repair shop is an old school ghetto blaster, in Geneva, at Peclôt 13.