Her name was Emmylou

Emmylou was not the name of a young and mysterious woman, but the one of an old wooden lady. Indeed, the PS Emmylou is one...
Emmylou was not the name of a young and mysterious woman, but the one of an old wooden lady. Indeed, the PS Emmylou is one of the few paddle steamers that still cruise on the Murray River. Its base is Echuca whose wooden warfs and main street throw you go back to the times when a large part of Australia's trade took place on rivers. Here is therefore, an hour on the Emmylou. (click on pictures for high res) All pictures taken with Leica M8 and 35m Lux Asph

Your favorite 2011 picture #5 : Thomas Cassagne

New York had to be part of this series. Yet this time, it is depicted as seen in the eyes of a Frenchman, Thomas Cassagne....
New York had to be part of this series. Yet this time, it is depicted as seen in the eyes of a Frenchman, Thomas Cassagne. (click on picture for high res) Leica M9 with 35mm Summicron IV Here are a few words by Thomas on his picture : This picture was taken last month in New York. It was a rainy evening, and I probably took the best pictures of my stay during that night. I have chosen this picture because it represents well what I like in street photography, that is "stealing" the emotion of a walker-by amongst all...