Tan por encima del tiempoOriginally uploaded by Manuel SagredoThe first thing that I appreciated about this picture was the sky. You'd think the whole area on the other side of the church (and down a probable hill) was on fire. Really cool-looking fire, for that matter. I think that the bare tree adds to the... Continue Reading →
I've heard that if you want to improve in a certain craft, you would do good by keeping a log of what's going on. Being able to communicate what you do gives you a greater picture as to where you are, where you were, and where you wanna be. That's probably why I'm writing more... Continue Reading →
I know it's late, but I couldn't pass on posting it. Take that!
They say that it's not with the bow, but with the indian. Let me add that the indian also never stops learning, regardless of what kind of bow he has.I've always appreciated the upgrade I had from a Nikon d40 with a stock 18-55mm lens to a Nikon D80 with the 'Swiss Knife' 18-200mm lens.... Continue Reading →