Life is full of mysterious door ways, some good and some not as good, but the are all there for a reason and helps us form who we are.
- Aperture: ƒ/1.8
- Camera: E-M5
- Taken: 21 January, 2013
- Focal length: 17mm
- ISO: 1250
- Shutter speed: 1/60s
The day before I attended the Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork, Utah. I was on a whole day photo walk with a bunch of awesome photographers, some of us ended up on Antelope Island, just as the sun was setting. And we were given an utter most epic sunset.
I made a lot of photos that day, but those I’ll post later on.
Made this one a few days ago in the backyard where My girlfriend lives. It had snowed all night, and when I looked out the bedroom window I saw this little red bike all covered up.
I got down just before the janitor started to clear the snow from walkways and by that destroying the pure white snow lying around the bike.
The photo was made with My new fisheye lens from Samyang, a really awesome and cheap lens, it can focus on a distance of only 9cm. I can highly recommend it if you are looking for a cheap fisheye. Mine is for the Olympus but I think they make it for other brands as well.
There are many of these small improvised restaurants in Mexico, they normally only serve one kind of food, but that’s not a bad thing, course that one dish is likely to be a very well cooked ,tasty and cheap one. so if you’re in Mexico – or some other country for that matter – and stumble upon one of these restaurants, don’t hesitate just sit down and get ready for a culinary experience.
I’ve done it many times, and never gotten sick afterwards, ass long ass the food is cooked, fried or otherwise heated, you should be safe.