Posted on May 12, 2018
Aside from being known as Greece’s party island, Mykonos is also famous for its windmills which has become the iconic symbol of the island. When I visited Mykonos a few years ago, I hiked my way across town just so I can photograph these quintessential features of the island. The walk was a delightful experience passing through narrow alleys between whitewashed cubic stone homes with the wooden parts painted in playful colors. The windmills, which were once used to make flour out of wheat and barley are no longer operational today. Fortunately, the town has managed to preserve them by turning some into museums. Somebody told me that some of these windmills are actually private homes but I’m not sure if there’s some truth to it.
Posted on June 2, 2016
One of my favorite photography subjects is the sunset as it always bring out a multitude of rich colors creating a kaleidoscopic sky that can inspire the lover, artist, writer, poet and dreamer in each one of us…or in my case, the photographer in me. The beauty of a sunset is further magnified by the presence of cloud formations as they add depth and dimension to the multihued sky. This photograph is one of my personal favorites as this made the sky look like a painting creating a moment that was worth capturing and cherishing. I took this photo somewhere in the Mediterranean Sea while cruising around that part of the world during the fall of 2014. Rarely do I encounter sunsets as visually stunning as this so I’m glad I was there to capture that polychromatic moment.
Posted on December 16, 2015
This was my first attempt on night sky photography with the intention to capture as many stars as possible. I was staying at this resort in Key West and about close to midnight, I quietly positioned my camera along the beach hoping to capture something good. After reading a few night sky photography tips online, I pointed my camera into the darkness and kept the shutter open for 20 seconds…and this was the outcome! Not the best night sky photograph captured…but hey, there’s always a first time.
Posted on November 25, 2015
This photo was taken during one of my weekend vacations in the enchanting island of Key West, Florida where you can witness one of the worlds most beautiful sunsets. At the end of each day, tourists flock at Mallory Square or aboard boat cruises out at sea in order to witness the famous sunset. This photo does not give justice to the breathtaking experience of watching the sunset in Key West.