The large and small pyramids of the Louvre in Paris, lit up on a cold January night.
Born in Sydney in 1969, Ron Molnar (Australia) works as a photographer, television editor and producer has taken him all over the world. In the 90's he lived in London and France, working for the BBC and Reuters, among others.
His passion for photography developed at an early age when he cut his teeth helping his father develop black & white photographs in the laundry of their suburban home. Ron has collaborated with two renowned chefs to publish cook books. His landscapes appeared in “Latitude 36.50”, by French chef Jean-Michel Gerst and “Two Weeks in the Lodge”, by Jake & Olivia Warwick, features his food and landscape photography.
Ron's photographs have hung in the Museum of Sydney, appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald, and as cover shots in the Canberra Times and The Snowy Times. His images are also used to promote the Thredbo region of NSW. Ron’s work has been used by Tourism NSW, and can also be found hanging in the homes of some of Australia’s most prominent individuals.
Beaubourg was conceptualized by a British Architect couple, Richard and Sue Rogers and Italian architect Renzo Piano in 1969 during President Georges Pompidou's supremacy. It is a complex building, brutal architecture,...