I just love this blue color, that you find in some of the churches in Mexico.
- Aperture: ƒ/5.6
- Camera: NIKON D3S
- Taken: 21 October, 2011
- Focal length: 24mm
- ISO: 1600
- Shutter speed: 1/500s
This was My room when I got evacuated when I was in Mexico in 2011, it looked a lot like a prison cell, so one evening when the lights from the street and from above the door was in the right place I made this photo from the corner right behind My bed.
I went up to these stables – which where right next to the placed I worked – one day to make some photos, it was a bit weird course I didn’t see any people there only horses, which on the other hand was quiet nice, nobody around to tell me where and what I could not do.
My second day in the Dolomites, Just got access to some WiFi, and let me tell you, it is properly the slowest internet connection I have had for many, many years, it adds a whole new meaning to the idea of posting a new photo each day, when it takes a hole day to post the photo…….
But I wont let you down, without a fight……. I hope.[EDIT]
I actually had a before and after image comparison for this post, but wasn’t able to post it, due to the bad internet connection, but here you go. Enjoy
An early morning in late winter of 2011, I was out catching some sunrise with My very good friend Rod Clemen. This photo is from our way back to the train station, when we where almost done for the day. I just can’t resist these low sun through trees scenarios, and had to stop and make a photo, even though I was freezing My butt off.
When I was in New York (in 2011) I had this vision of making a photo of a street filed with yellow taxi cabs.
This is pretty close to the vision I had, two rows of taxis. And I’m more the happy with the way it turned out.
It’s a hand-held HDR made while I was crossing the pedestrian crossing, the lens is the Nikkor 14-24mm at 14, the ideal focal length would have been 24mm and the a bit more distance to the cars, but that wasn’t possible in the current situation.
Heres a before and after comparison for your enjoyment.
Just arrived in Provo, Utah in the States, and I’m afraid the next 10 days are gonna be a bit on the loose side blog posting wise.
Because I’m gonna be out making photos most of the time.
There will be a new photo for each day, just not that much text.