Charles de Gaulle Airport

Airport

Was just clinking through some old photos and found this snap of  Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Still surprises me, how good the images quality of the Sony DSC-F707 camera, which sadly has seen better days.

But also that pictures that you took some years ago and discarded, on second look might have something.

Connected with train

Connected

Day Five: “Connect”

In this age of social media, we hear the word connect often, don’t we?

The “old” fashioned way to connect with each other, IRL aka In Real Live. Take a train, ride your bike or heck even walk over to your friends and family and then have a cuppa and a natter.

Photography: Developing Your Eye I

waves

Bliss

Day Four: “Bliss”

Bliss (noun): complete happiness, great joy, paradise, or heaven.

I don’t need to get wet or lay and collect the rays. The best way for me to enjoy a beach, is just to sit and look and listen to the waves, that is one of my Zen places. 

Photography: Developing Your Eye I

water tower

Water

Day Three: “Water” — Image Orientation

A few days late with this one, sorry chaps. Was a bit busy with life and also split on what do do with this challenge.

I started to click through my old photos for ideas and found this one of a water tower in Portland, OR. So thinking out of the box and not following Today’s tip, oops.

Photography: Developing Your Eye I


 

Callanish Standing Stones

Loitering stones

Visited the Callanish Standing Stones on Isle of Lewis, fantastic spot. Amazing that they have been left to loiter about for so many years. Still makes me wonder why someone figured that this is a grand place to put some stone in a pattern and probably dance around them naked too. Back then it was not easy to sit around and enjoy the views as the island was covered in forest.

I totally forgot about this: We were sitting at the nearby cafe and overheard some Americans walking down from the stone circle.

Person A: So, what was your impression of the stones?
Person B: Hmm, a bit like cilantro, take or leave it …