This would have helped with yesterday’s shoot.
Tshechu is going on in Bhutan right now. This was the festival I attended last year.
We wanted to drive from Paradise to Sunrise and we spotted this trail just a few miles down from Paradise.
Hope to see them bloom again next year.
Late night stroll at the David E. Brink ParkThere was cool breeze unlike the bitter winds of December. The lake was alive with the winds and the sounds around. I love the fact that you can taste the water in the air and smell the fresh grass on the banks. Wished it was this nice all year around.
I really didn’t know what to title this and finally just settled with calling it, just what it is. Kirkland has been quite a blessing for these natural shots and I am sure like the light behind the tree, hope does lie beyond.
This is the most lucrative and influential international student photo contest in the world. The Grand prize is $20,000 and some great photo gear, but more importantly, it provides all four winners the opportunity to kick-start their careers.
Full time college and university students from around the world are invited to submit their three best photos in one of three categories;
Nature & Landscape,
People & Portraits, and
Sports & Photojournalism.
I had no idea MS was so much into professional photography – Microsoft Professional Photography.
I was pretty happy with my initial hunting trip to Kirkland lake at 4:00 AM and I don’t know if these shots do justice to the place. From the past few days I have learned that waiting is a key in sometimes getting a really nice shot and for these they took me quite a while. But personally I think they came out better than I expected. May they aren’t the best of shots but hey give me a break ok.