Photography is very personal. It has to do a lot with what you like, what you are attracted to. Deals with your thoughts and emotions, maybe that is why there are people that differ on the liking of photographs.
I am more into landscape and urban or street photography. I have not tried portrait though I should. Care to be my model?
Some of the photos I like the most are not liked by others, and photos I don’t really like turn to be a charm.
There are photographs that inspire me and this is one of my favorites.
Praia do Vidigal or Vidigal Beach a very nice one, not crowed at all, just some steps from the Grand Sheraton Hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
This are last year photos since I have not been able to take many this year with the exception of some that I took in Santiago de Chile, where I spent some time for my birthday at the beginning of the year, on February. (I owe so many photographs for so many places still!)
These turned out to be random photos and I just realized they had certain sequence even though they were not taken with that intention.
Last night I had so many ideas for new posts but I don’t have the right pictures for that purpose… I will have to wait. The good thing is that I have written down those ideas so I won’t forget as always.
We all will be okay, the same way we have been for the last thousands of years.
There will be some casualties, but we will survive. Hang on there! and enjoy your day at the beach!
Sarmiento Frigate Ship Museum, docked in Puerto Madero.
…still alive and swimming fish, in case you saw the “Three fish” previous post.
A note on either if it is a living fish or a dead fish: In Spanish, they have different names.
This is: If the fish is alive then it is a “Pez”. If it is a dead fish, it is a “Pescado” which by the way means “being caught” fished.
Maybe that is why Pescado is dead.