Guanacos and Rheas are iconic animals of Patagonia, and a chance to watch and photograph them in their natural habitat is something one shouldn’t miss… Continue reading The Patagonian Steppe
We’ve all seen those fantastic satellite images that show details of vegetation cover, water and other features in what scientists call false-color. Have you ever thought what they would look like if taken from the ground, just as a regular photo? Continue reading Real world, false colors
I live in the Pacific Rim of Fire so it is no surprise that eventually ash is going to fall from the sky, like it has been on and off for the last two years: small amounts luckily. This has consequences for photography of course. Continue reading The volcano and indoor photos
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
I cannot resist a nice afternoon: It is something I can easily see coming …quite unlike a nice morning!
Maybe sunrises have great light too… but there is less guesswork with sunsets in my cloudy tropical country. Continue reading Looking up, and to the sides too!
Happy New Year! I am happy I have met you over the Blogosphere. I leave you with this view from my hometown. All the best for 2016!
Last April I was very fortunate to visit Seville: It was a trip to remember.
There is a lot of color, flavor and culture to photograph in this high-adrenaline Andalusian city and Spring is just the best time of the year to visit. Continue reading Seville in Spring