The structural forms of the MuCEM building in Marseille are organic and arranged in a way which make you feel enclosed by rippling waves of water/light/air/shadow. From our trip in summer 2014.
The effects of contrasting forms, light, shadow and reflections make the MuCEM building in Marseille a very exciting place to walk around with a camera. From our trip in the summer of 2014.
The Villa Méditerranée reflected in the glass facade of the MuCEM building in Marseille. From our trip in the summer of 2014
The Fort Saint-Jean has been extensively renovated as part of the MuCEM project. Here, a woven screen provides partial shade. From our trip to Provence in summer 2014.
The MuCEM (Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée) is a fantastic modern building on the waterfront in Marseille. This is the view along one of the external walkways by which the visitors can descend from roof level to the quayside.
Looking towards the Cathédrale La Major across the sculptured concrete roof of the MuCEM building in Marseille. From our trip to Provence in summer 2014.
A view from the newly-completed piazza on the Quay de la Tourrete. From our trip to Provence in summer 2014.
This is St Mary’s Loch near Loch Awe this afternoon. These are the colours that we take into winter; only the green of the grass will fade.
Finally we get a cold, clear, sunny day after an interminable period of wind and rain. Tinkerbell loves to sit on top of one of the cars at our head height, and will always come over and investigate if you point a camera at her. The image has been manipulated out of the camera.