We bought a car, and are learning to drive. During our learning sessions I took this pics, this were also taken with my mobile. I´m sorry, I feel like I´m betraying my real camera, I´ll get it on board next time.
What I love about photographing animals is that they don´t pose. Sometimes they notice you´re there, sometimes they don´t. Sometimes they hide, but generally, they don´t. And at the end of the day you always get a natural ¨pose¨, sometimes NatGeo style, ok, that´s probably an exaggeration!
Man´s best friend first!
Guess this is the other man´s best friend. Though it is in a cage! my gosh!
The rabid crab!
The sleeping beauty…
Crocodile, crocodile, can we cross the river?
Call me chicken.
Polar bear eating a watermelon.
The coyote… keeping an eye on…
Oh! I love the giraffe´s pattern! (can I use pattern in this case)
The white tiger.
Do you need a tissue?
This one has been already here, but she deserves it, she´s so nice!
I don´t like monkeys, but one of us should be here, right?
She has also been here before… (don´t know why I think is a she)
and son. (or daughter)
Strange pig in Borneo.
It was hard to me to find something mine, I own some objects of course, but I´m not too much into possessions, I rather travel. After giving it a thought I found that mine are my cameras, with wich I always travel (not all of them at the same time).
A couple of months ago I made my first try with my very new Holga, finally I developed the roll, and the results are… not worthy to show. I ¨saved¨ only a few, and here they are.
As you may note, there´s a lot to improve, like focus and the light. As it was the first time I used it, I didn´t ¨tape¨ my Holga, to see how much light it leaks. Now I´ll try mummifing it.
My interpretation of Leading Lines. I look for leading lines in a photograph, so, these lines have to lead me to look in one direction or be the first thing you look at in the picture.
Take photos! And that´s what I did in Ipoh, Malaysia, when we arrived at 5 pm and the guy at the counter said that the train left at midnight. Of course we could go for a walk, but the station was quite far from downtown and we travel on a shoestring, so no cabs for us. We decided to wait there. Malaysia is a very organized country and part of that order includes no lying down on the benches, so… wait the 7 hours sitting down properly! These are the pics I took during those hours, they were taken in black and white mode, and the few in colour are becuase I felt it that way at the moment.
You may have seen this before…