Last year I did a short brief based on macro photography, which I love. I enjoyed shooting macro shots and decided to capture my friends cat as the brief also revolved around nature photography. I love macro photography because it allows the viewer to see what the naked eye sometimes can’t see and it also helps creates some amazing images.
I took this picture at about 4:00pm today. This sunset was really unexpected and spontaneous as it was raining the whole day, but it was really good to see some brightness at the very end of the day. I love the colours incorporated in the sunset like the darkish purple then the burst of bright orange/peach and then at the very end the hint of clear blue sky. I think these colours really contrast each other well. The fact that I didn’t have to edit this picture to brighten up the colours at all makes me love the picture even more. The fact that the photo didn’t need to be edited makes me love it even more.
Is it just me or do these flowers look sad? These are some beautiful flowers, they should be up and gleaming. I hate seeing flowers that look sad. Flowers are a massive part of mother nature and should be a symbol of happiness and freedom! I love the redness in these flowers but its ruined by death and darkness creeping through the petals.
I haven’t posted in a while because of my exams! So me and my mother decided to just go on a random, spontaneous drive to the countryside to see what photo opportunities I could catch. I love the countryside it just makes me feel so free in a world of chaos, it makes me calm and together and it makes me want to see what else the world has to offer me.
“Where is this?” you may ask. This magnificent place is called Sawa Camp, Nuweibaa, Egypt. This is where we stayed for a few days whilst travelling around Egypt in 2012/2013. It has blue water, white sand and amazing mountains surrounding the accommodation. Its so quiet and me, my mum and my brother with a few other couples were the only ones on the beach! This is truly paradise!
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I love this picture because I think it shows the true culture of Burma because without these people Burma wouldn’t be Burma. I also love this picture because it shows how far back and how untouched from the western society Burma is, which I admire. She uses old fashioned scales with weights to measure out how much the customer wants and she is also freshly chopping and cutting the fish right in front of you, at least you know that its all fresh!
I just love the vibrant colours of Budgerigars or commonly known as Budgies. The eye poping blue with the bright yellow and the deep black is an amazing colour contrast. You would never imagine these colours would go well together but they go perfectly on a beautiful bird. This bird was by far was the one who loved all the attention!
Some people take like for granted and some use life to its full potential. Yes it is up to you what you do with your life and what decisions you make but please do not make someone else’s life miserable just because of you. Its their life they should be able to live it how they want to, after all you wouldn’t want someone else to do that to your life when you could live it to the full. Don’t dampen other peoples happiness and most of all your own!
Have you ever taken a little wooden boat across a small river with motor bikes on the boat? Well we did and it was a great experience. We went exploring when we hired some motor bikes in Burma, it was fantastic and crazy how you can just go roaming around and exploring the world! To get the mini ferry we had to pay this man and his mother or wife we wasn’t really sure, all the men looked really young, it was amazing how he transported us across the river by pulling a rope, it must take a lot of muscles!