Franc Anderson

Franc Anderson

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Budapest, England and Northern Ireland / Photographer. Docenting - guiding - at 2 national Hungarian museums has meant a deepening interest in painting and photography as art. www.francanderson.com
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Fotóművészet-Vadász Elek és Nádas Imre nyírbátori gyógyszerészek üvegnegatívjai

Fotóművészet-Vadász Elek és Nádas Imre nyírbátori gyógyszerészek üvegnegatívjai

installation.

Awesome contemporary art installation by Alexandre Farto aka Vhils and ±MaisMenos. @ The Museum of Contemporary Arts of Elvas (MACE) in the exhibition “Museum in ruins” (O Museu em ruínas), part of the collection of António Cachola.

Winter in Hungary

Louis street car When I was little my grandmother after dinner would take me on a streetcar ride to the end of the line and then we came home.

Budapest, 1945. It will take 4 more years to reopen the Chainbridge.

Budapest, in WWII. It will take 4 more years to reopen the Chainbridge. This is just a small slice of the damage done when we were being "freed" by the end of WWII.and handed to the Russians.

Every year for a few days in the month of February, the sun’s angle is such, that it lights up Horsetail Falls in Yosemite, as if it were on fire.

Natural Yosemite 'Firefall' at Horsetail Fall . "Every year for a few days in the month of February, the sun’s angle is such that it lights up Horsetail Falls in Yosemite as if it were on fire.

An adoring girl offers palm leaf to a proud figure outside the Academy of Sciences in Roosevelt Square, near the 4 Seasons Hotel.

An adoring girl offers palm leaf to a proud figure outside the Academy of Sciences in Roosevelt Square, near the 4 Seasons Hotel.

Lanc Hid - the Chain Bridge - in the clear light of a spring morning.

Lanc Hid - the Chain Bridge - in the clear light of a spring morning.

The flat, reflected light from the snow illuminates the gaunt features of St Istvan, first king of Hungary, and those, elegantly tapering of his horse.  Gellert Hill, Budapest.

The flat, reflected light from the snow illuminates the gaunt features of St Istvan, first king of Hungary, and those, elegantly tapering of his horse. Gellert Hill, Budapest.