Sunday, June 28, 2015

52 weeks of creative exposure weeks 26-27

#Photography #FoodPhotography #SimiJoisPhotography
#Photography #FoodPhotography #SimiJoisPhotography
Last week I was loading the dishes  and I could see dark clouds approaching the horizon. As it began to get dark I saw a streak of beautiful golden light, thankfully it had not started raining but the dark clouds were moving fast. I ran to get the camera, it was quite dark and I had to really pump up the ISO but got the amazing light (I hope). That was such a magical moment and it was right in my back yard. I would love to assume that the magical light that lasted a fraction of a minute was just for me…On second thoughts I should have drenched myself in the rain that followed. I am glad I could drench myself in the magical light. 

I am planning to take my much awaited break starting from next week…I will try and post something next week but if I can’t I assure you I’ll come back with exciting stuff when I am back. Try not to miss me :) Hugs!!
#Photography #FoodPhotography #SimiJoisPhotography



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2 comments:

  1. That first shot is simply gorgeous! You have such a good eye for light and composition.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. Thanks so much for an amazing blog! So much work and sharing. I am truly impressed.
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Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to browse. I appreciate all your comments, feedback and input. Hope you enjoy your stay :))

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