With that in mind I headed to the local beach with the drone, to capture some footage of waves rolling in to the shoreline, hopefully providing a distraction for a few minutes, apart from the visual distraction there is a story that goes with it.
This is typical of the majority of the Filipinos who allowed me to take their photo, they were smiling, happy and always willing to have their photos taken and with a thumbs up
The Filipino people are a friendly bunch and most are smiling when asked if they minded having their photo taken, and these two were no different. They were waiting for a taxi fare but all they got was their photos taken. Thanks for dropping by.
Hiding behind the Red umbrella to shield her face from the camera has changed what may have been a uninteresting street scene.
To be honest, this photo is a personal favourite. It reminds me that its OK to make mistakes and not every photo has to be perfect. Just enjoy getting out and taking photos, something we’re currently not allowed to do.
This photo has been shared on this blog before however I find when there is very little to do I sit down and revisit photos that have been processed before.
and comb through the archives, not looking for any particular photo, stumble across one that attracts my attention, make a few minor adjustments and sometimes completely stuff it up only have to go back to the original and start again
Quickly realising that Tel Aviv, Israel was going to be an amazing location for street photography had me deciding I would at least attempt to shoot in a similar style. There was never going to be any hope that I could create similar images however
There are plenty of Australians that have only seen a dingo, and other native Australian animals in a zoo! and to be honest, it’s probably the safest place to see them.
The Friday Snap (TFS 21)
Many people said that crossing the Nullarbor Plains was boring as there is nothing to see or do. Well, they’re wrong!