is "the man" when it comes to cutting-edge digital imaging.
His site is a prime source for information on interactive
immersive imaging and digital photography. A great source
for all major software and hardware suppliers and an
extensive gallery of creators' work.
ROADSIDE PEEK is the "mother lode" for those looking
for images of roadside nostalgia. Here you'll find those
diners, drive-ins, motels, signs and much, much more from
the golden age of travel by car. Open up a Dr. Pepper, sit
back and enjoy!
MASTERS OF PHOTOGRAPHY features all the "masters,"
including Eugène Atget. A great storehouse of photographic
images and information.
FOTOFORUM features photography galleries, film and
digital cameras, discussion groups and links to almost 400
THUNDERSTONE contains a massive website catalogue of
sites pertaining to the arts, entertainment, government,
computers, the internet, science, the media, recreation and
much, much more.
NORTHERN LIGHT SEARCH enables a search of over 150
million web pages and 5,400 full-text sources; many great
links to photography sites.
ABOUT.COM is a massive site, with links to books, chat
rooms, shopping, newsletters and articles covering virtually
every facet of human activity. For those whose interest is
primarily photography, a link directly to that page is
provided (where an extensive discussion of Eugène Atget,
together with links will be found in the article "Documents
HOTEL VALADON In the smart, discreet 7th
arrondissement, a stone's throw from Napoleon's tomb, a
brief stroll to the most ornate bridge crossing the Seine,
Pont Alexandre III, and a short walk to one of Paris' finest
food shopping streets, rue Cler, you'll find this charming
family-run hotel. Located in a charming Parisian townhouse,
the decor is homey and unpretentious and the beds are made
with real feather duvets for extreme comfort. Maria's German
efficiency and Victor's French charm combine to assure both
reliable service and perfect knowledge of how to make the
most of one's visit to Paris. There's no better way to start
the day than with the complementary breakfast that includes
the most delicious croissants in town, freshly squeezed
orange juice and perfectly brewed coffee.
PARIS IN SITES NEWSLETTER
is sent to its subscribers free of charge every month direct
from Paris. The newsletters contain a wealth of information
on travel and tourism in Paris and France. An invaluable
source of information for travelers.
WATERCOLORS OF FRANCE Beautifully
painted watercolors of Paris cafes and store fronts, as well
as landscapes of the French countryside, are available from
Los Angeles artist, Richard Ewen. You may choose the
subject matter, location and preferred size (and include
yourself in the painting) or select from many completed
paintings available for immediate sale.
THE RICHES OF - Shopping and travel
information on Paris, the French provinces, and other
destinations around the world, compiled by Maribeth
HOLMES became a photographer the last five years of his
twenty-year Air Force career, overseeing the Photographic
Laboratory at the United States Air Force Academy in
Colorado Springs, Colorado. After his retirement from the
Air Force, he was a photographer for Texas Governor Dolph
Briscoe's administration. In January of 1980, George joined
the staff of the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, the
University of Texas at Austin. In 1998, he retired to pursue
his own photography and web design.These images document
George's travels in the southwestern United States, France,
and Italy and reflect his interest in architecural