About 48 miles (75 km) southwest from El Calafate, Argentina lies Perito Moreno Glacier, a healthy advancing glacier so wide at its terminus that you cannot see it complete from the ground. No photograph can do justice to its grandeur, Continue reading A Healthy Glacier
I was fortunate to spend some weeks in Patagonia and I am very excited about sharing some of the photos I made with you. There is a lot to show but I would like to start with water birds because they were the first wildlife we saw after arriving to our first destination in Southern Argentina: El Calafate.
What do you do if you only have a few hours in a great city like Rome? …Take a bus tour!
What can you photograph in a Rome bus tour? Finestre!… windows that is… lots of them. Continue reading The windows of Rome
Years ago I visited the small town of Taxco in Mexico. Really nice place, good food and awesome local flavor. I had forgotten about the photos I made but I thought I should post them now… in black and white since this is a flashback! Continue reading Taxco Flashback
Some articles tell you to stick to the principles of composition, and others tell you to break the rules in order to achieve stronger images. You might be surprised to know what Henri Cartier-Bresson wrote about composition in his book The Mind’s Eye! Continue reading Henri Cartier-Bresson on Photographic Composition
The gardens of The Alhambra are just as famous as its inner decorations. They became the perfect way to end our visit and they don’t need many words as introduction so, here are the photos! Continue reading Outside The Alhambra