Ah... Ireland ! Such a beautiful country.. This was taken in Carrowmore, Europe's oldest megalithic burial ground found till today if I remember well. They say Queen Maeve is buried here. I wish I had used my tripod to get a much longer exposure with those dramatic clouds. Guess I'll have to go visit again on a rainy day!
How can anyone visit Paris and not take a shot of the Tour Eiffel? I was in Paris to visit some friends last winter, I wanted to take a shot of it of course but was bored of the usual angle everyone takes from. Fortunately for me, it was cloudy, getting dark and the tower had just been lit up so I had this nice dramatic shot of it. The shot was hardly processed (sharpness, curves and frame), so the colors are natural.
As I have mentionned in my last post a while ago, I went to walk on the Camino de Santiago (St. James path) in Spain for a full month. It was an amazing, thrilling and enlightening adventure and an incredible human experience. I could only advice anyone to do it, even small stretches as it is really a fantastic experience.
I will probably talk about it later, for now, I am still split with my body back "home" and my spirit still on the Camino.
Walking a full month made me realize also many things about myself and the direction I would like to have in my Life. I have taken a few "life-changing" decisions since my return and new goals are awaiting me on my new chosen path. This too I will talk about a bit later as soon as it all clears up in my head.
As for this blog, It has been inactive for quite some time and I apologize. Between my travels, and my unmotivated state (pre-Camino), I did not have the full strenght to post updates and talk about photography. So after thinking a bit, I guess I will be changing the way I post in here: From now on, I will be posting much more regularely (at least 4 times a week) new photos but I will not be writing long lenghty posts about the way I took the photo and how I worked on it. Instead, I will just be posting short descriptions concerning the photo with useful information if any. This will help me save some time and focus a bit more on my other projects which will be interesting to follow too!
But no worries, any question about the technique or technical details will be answered. I will still gladly share my knowledge with anyone who is willing to ask!
I am sorry for this sudden change but at least I would be updating more frequently.