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Harsh light is not the best for photography, but what happens when you don’t have much choice? I think it is better to take photos any time of day is better than to take none at all. And also it … Continue reading
No, the answer to the question is no. There are many ways of taking beautiful photos with cheaper older cameras which do not require selling your kidney to enable you to buy it. I am a fan of taking photos … Continue reading
One of the places we visit a lot is the El Boliche Recreation Area, this is one 30 mins drive away and provides us with quiet, sometimes we are the only people on the trails, which we enjoy, the isolation, … Continue reading
There are soooo many of them they can get a little confusing, from native lenses for your camera and third party lenses, also your budget needs to be taken in to account, etc. the choices are a little overwhelming. I … Continue reading
So we decided to go camping on a whim, without much planning and as the weather isnt’t the best at the moment we went open minded to see if we would get any decent photos or not. So we loaded … Continue reading
Probably one of my favourite photos ever, just look at this little guy (or gal, I have no idea). I was sitting on the beach in the Galapagos Islands, San Cristobal to be exact and there were sesa lions all … Continue reading
Parque Cóndor in Otavalo, in the Imbabura Province of Ecuador is one of the most amazing places here, the only place where you are can see falconry in Ecuador. http://www.parquecondor.com
Tanicuchi is a small village not far from where we live, they celebrate their fiestas each July and August, they go on for three weeks, and during this time they have a great Paseo del Chagra. The best part of … Continue reading
Not always the weather is amazing in the park and there are days when the volcano is hiding behind the clouds, but there are so many other things to photograph.
Limpiopungo Lagoon is one of my favourite places to go for a stroll, it is a short walk around the lagoon. Loads of birds live here so it is great for bird lovers.
New leaves on a walnut tree