V U E from the rooftops of Paris

Sunset over the 13th arrondissement

Since moving to Paris again, I’ve started to document the view from my top floor flat.

The sky is constantly changing and the movement of light across the day so subtle that each photo contrasts from the other.

Whether I’m here for another few days or months, I’m working on a little project bringing together these city views to create a portrait of my local, 13th Arrondissement.

Photography: Jessie Rodger

V U E . of the day

Elephant in the flowers ar Saint Germain en Laye

 

Saint Germain en Laye, France

Yesterday I made a little trip to Saint Germain en Laye, all in the name of research. Despite a lot of rain the hidden sculptures in the park made light of grey skies.

Photography: Jessie Rodger

V U E . of the day

Blaenavon Industrial Landscape

Blaenavon, Wales

The green green grass of home.

Photography: Jessie Rodger

V U E . of the day

looking upwards to a house covered in wisteria in north london

 

North London, UK

Standing before this house of overflowing wisteria I imagined myself in Umbria for a moment, wafts of parma ham and melon intermingling with the scent of flowers and hearty Italian cries piercing the sunshine. The taxi’s horn was a rude awakening that the house stood slap bang in the middle of the winding tarmac streets of Camden, it couldn’t be further from bella Italia.

We need more wisteria here. At least in the midst of all those flowers you can dream.

Photography and Text: Jessie Rodger

V U E . of the day

Day Dreamin' of Venezia

Venice, Italy

Photography: Jessie Rodger

Sketched V U E . #1

1950s Plans for Easter House, Glasgow

Easterhouse, Glasgow

Proposed plans drawn up in 1963 for a new Easter House Township Centre in Glasgow.

Plans: John Rodger

V U E . of the day

Painting the Loch Frozen

Loch Lomond, Scotland

Photography: Jessie Rodger

A dog’s best friend is his man

Serbia - Dog Show in the Sun

A warm October Saturday morning in the heart of Serbia, cars begin to arrive from distant places.

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Italy, the reprise

View of Coastal Village on the Amalfi Coast

For those of you that enjoyed escaping from the cold January weather to the sunnier climes of southern Italy in our last post, here are three more photos from Laure’s trip to Ravello village on the Amalfi Coast. Bellissima!

Photography: Laure Barthez

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Italy: A French Perspective

Sunset mountains at San Vito lo Capo in Sicily

When Laure reached her final year at Montpellier University she fancied a change. A big change. Without a word of Italian she packed up a bag and headed off to Salerno to complete her studies.

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