Posted on August 4, 2016
I took this photo 5 years ago the day I bought a tripod camera stand and just a few weeks after I bought my first DSLR camera. A friend joined me for a photo walk of our neighborhood to play with our new cameras when we found ourselves on the Venetian Causeway, a bridgeway which connects mainland Miami through the Venetian Isles composed of 6 artificial islands all the way to Miami Beach. During this shoot, I was still ignorant on how to set the manual mode of my camera so I used instead the night mode feature out of convenience (horror!). I also made sure the bridge was empty of vehicles and pedestrians when I took the shot in order to create the deserted atmosphere of the photo. This shot never really caught my eye until a few days ago while reviewing my photo bank that I realized it has an interesting look to it. I attempted to convert it to black and white, which turned out really nice, but decided last minute to post this colored version instead.
Posted on January 3, 2016
As the sun rises from the horizon each morning, it brings us the new hope of a better day filled with new opportunities and new adventures. With the new year just a few days old, we ponder on what’s in store for us and at the same time make resolutions to make better decisions this year. I am therefore posting this photo I took in South Beach of the sun rising from the Atlantic Ocean to represent the new year and the great things that awaits us. This man happened to be fishing and I thought it would be interesting to include him in my photo composition. They say that in life it’s the early bird who catches the worm…hope he was able to catch a lot of fishes. LOL! Every morning, life blesses us with a brand new set of opportunities…I hope this year will be generous to each one of us!