Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/200, F9, ISO200, 50mm)
Excellent work, and very imaginative composition.
Thanks, the scene begged to be taken, the composition was all I ahd to think about!
Thanks, good to know you like so many different styles, as I do too! greetings
I have been enjoying your work, and have nominated you for an award! You can view details here: http://melodylowes.com/2012/06/16/how-lovely/
Thank you very much, Melody, and I’m honored you chose my blog as one of em, but I don’t believe in awarding creativity in any form as it is so subjective and I hope the photos do the talking so I don’t have to 🙂
That doesn’t take away any of my appreciation for you choosing my blog!
That’s just fine – I am sort of wishing I hadn’t started the whole thing either – so I will just keep the link on my blog in appreciation and leave it at that. No problem at all!
Thanks for understanding, Melody!
No problem! 😉
Good job on this shot!
The old people in the village were wondering what the hell I was doing, took me several shots to get the iron in front and the shadows inside right 🙂
I think we’ve all gotten *those* looks from people when we are shooting, haven’t we?
Definitely true! But in some of the smaller villages here in Spain (some seem stuck in medieval rural times) it must looks like I’m coming from the future for them…
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