Celebrating My Three Favorite Photos of the Year

The last WP Photo Challenge of the year, led by editor Ben Huberman, inspires us to celebrate the end of the year sharing the most meaningful photo we’ve taken in 2017. My featured photo is my absolute favourite and it means a lot in many ways. It is the first time I post it.

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Ascending in 3 Ways

Never too late to join the WP Photo Challenge of last Wednesday. Here is my take on Ascend. Featured image is part of my series of the Northern Lights in Iceland, as photographed there in late November.  Curious to see more, here, also here and more here, you can enjoy it. The city of Light, […]

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Cheeky

This week’s photo challenge asks for a cheeky image. When I was photographing the father of my friend Christel back in July, he was intrigued by the number of clicks he heard. That’s when I got this adorably cheeky expression.

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You Don’t Have to Be Famous to Be Awesome

Stumbling upon the best street portraits is a matter of luck and attention to the environment to get that fleeting moment. The subject of my interest will trigger my fantasy, and I will shoot with that in mind, waiting patiently for the best moves, if any, facial expressions, and wrinkles, yes, I find them beautiful […]

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Fleeting Moments

For this week’s photo challenge Ben Huberman proposed that we share our personal interpretation of something we appreciate despite or even because of its short shelf life.

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Why I Focus on People and Portraits

At the end of the ‘Everyday Inspiration” course, as a wrap-up, I could choose to revisit a previous assignment. On Day Fifteen, the prompt’s idea should have come from one of my readers.

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With Only Her Thoughts For Company

I saw this woman sitting on a bench, staring at the wall of a shop. Lost in thoughts. My first reaction was to admire her beautiful face, and for that, I wanted to make a gorgeous portrait. As always, I tried to make eye contact to ask if I could make the photo. No reaction. […]

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Go Winter

We live in a hurry whilst everything else stands still. We stop seeing what is before us. We don’t feel what is inside us. We miss the point. We misjudge. We err. We are hurrying to nowhere. Go winter. Says my Acer tree. It is cold. It is dark. The tree hibernates calmly. Waits. Waits […]

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