What you haven’t seen : November & December 2019 9

That’s it we are in 2020 ! I hope that you all had a good holiday season and if it was rather lame, well you must be happy to have it behind you … A new year often rhymes with resolutions. None of this for me, just the distant prospect of having my qualification this year to be able to work on my own without an instructor by my side. We should also move into our new home by the end of February. In fact 2020 promises to be as busy as 2019 on my side …



The end of the year saw me doing a lot of retrospectives. A Blog dedicated to my Aix years, a Blog dedicated to the photographic year 2019. In the end, these blogs were usefull because they masked my low time devoted to Street Photography since I arrived on Reunion Island in October. I will talk more about this in a future Blog … In the end, quite a few photos taken during the past two months. Here they are gathered in the What you haven’t seen. I compiled November and December. In the end, nothing very memorable during these two months.



All the photographs were made with the Ricoh GR and the Ricoh GRD 4.



Toutes les photos ont été réalisées avec le Ricoh GR et le Ricoh GRD 4.


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9 thoughts on “What you haven’t seen : November & December 2019

  • John Wilson

    So the guy on the upside down bike in mid air, and Santa Claus and wife and dead goose really pop out. The area you photoed is that your neighborhood? Or is that on and from your workplace? I can’t imagine how much it costs to keep a vehicle on your island. Thank you for your update you and John Harper really give us a photo education.

  • John Harper

    Wow! “Not very memorable” is an understatement. Absolutely brilliant. Lots of those images beat your Aix work, you’ve moved up a level. Your photography has improved in Reunion and you don’t realise it. I’ve spent most of Christmas looking through Photography books, specifically Street ones…yours, in many cases, are better. Of course it’s subjective and I happen to think your work defines Street, others prefer a solitary person – “walking into the light’ – as they like to say…each to their own I suppose.

    • Jeff Chane-Mouye Post author

      Man, you’re way too kind about my work. The few times I was in the streets of Saint Denis, I couldn’t get in the groove. I need to understand this city. This is not the case for the moment. I don’t have enough perspective on what I’m doing. As I don’t feel confident in the streets presently, I’m taking snapshots instead of making photos like I used to in Aix-en-Provence. It reminds me of my beginning in Aix. I will talk more about this in a future blog…