This is my first time working with A WORD IN YOUR EAR‘s Weekly Photo Challenges. What I like about this particular one is it offers opportunities to enhance your knowledge about photography techniques as well as just some of the terms that relate to photography.
This week’s theme is ‘Zoom’. Obviously this word relates to bringing things that are far away closer.. I also like some of the other interpretations of zoom that were presented on this blog.
It’s a very interesting challenge and not as easy as one would think if you love to take close-ups of people. I have some favorite facial zooms that others were not entirely pleased with but I love them because they are very natural and beautiful. So my first small set will be of some of my favorite zooms of people and things.
Frost on tree during Korean hike
birds eye zoom in Pt. Ordaz Venezuela
Rooftops in Valapariaso
sister in the rear
zoom dino biting nose.
zoom bird in a tree, Venezuela
Zoom on parade passing by in Korea.
zooming on the driver
morning coffee in montana camp
Soccer Game security in Quito
zooming in on a cowboy
zooming out of a plane
Coffee in Curacao
Bird in rafters on river trip
zoom in on leaves, Andes in Venezuela
River boys on side of river Venezuela
New York Snow day in Central Park
zoom on my eye
Los Llanos Animal safari pirhana fishing with Guamanchi
Praying in a cave in cambodia
Bells in Thailand
subway hands zoom Washington, DC
Older group drinking across the plaza in town in Peru
charlie brown zoom on toys, Korea
Child playing on the beach in Venezuela
Venezuela Los Nevades to Barinas Hike – organic coffee farm
Zoom in on the face of a little boy begging in Cambodia
Korean palace wall
ME: Lincoln Sam on a dollar in Korea
zooming in on a distance relation
Water homes in Catatumbo, Venezuela
zoom on boy in Peru
Dance Lessons in Quito Ecuador
spring blossom in spokane in DECEMBER
parade for carnival in Venezuela
Barinas Guamanchi Rafting Trip
zoom in on steps
Washington, DC – GIANT DOG
Girl in distance in Peru
Playing under the tables in the market in peru
zooming on spider in Korea
Believe it or not this was the highest zoom I had. The place was immense. Cambodia
zooming Masked guide dancing by .. so colorful..
Quito, Ecuador driving and zooming
Cambodia jumping on tuk tuks in rural areas
Zooming on hammocks in Barinas Venezuela
Yummy food in Panama
zoom on a cross in Caracas, Venezuela in taxi
zoom in on sticks on Korean hike
zooming in on grandkids who are zooming in spokane
little girl in curacao.
Boat ride in Venezuela
ceiling in Wine country chile
Epic zoom photo – LOVE IT
These next photos are recently taken from the Visual Arts museum and Aquarium in Baltimore. I hope you enjoy.
JakesPrinter’s has brought another great theme for this week. CITY
After reviewing all of my favorite shots from my favorite cities I found too many to narrow down. So what I decided to do is pick my favorite city to highlight and post some of my favorite pictures from that ONE city.. and for the others.. well.. I couldn’t just ignore them so they will need to follow in a slideshow. Now if you’ve read a few of my past posts you will know what city I’m going to profile. I hope you enjoy.
In continuation of my 31 days of randomness – Day 13 – a bad day at the beach is better than a good day at (work, school, dishes, chores)
I think one of the best things about my current job is I have had so many opportunities to visit and see places I would never have visited in any other job I had. However, even before this job I realized the importance of free time. I’m a hard worker and an ethical one. I do everything I’m told to do at the best of my ability but even so there are times when nothing feels better than just not going to work (or school, or where ever it is you HAVE to be every day of your life). There’s just nothing more healthy or better than taking a day to yourself, even if it means just sitting in your living room and vegging out to the television.
The following pictures are a reminder that sometimes you just need to take a day and go to the beach. If you can’t make it to the beach yourself at this moment, then go back and relive a special day, if you don’t have any photos to relive a moment then please take a rest, sit back and enjoy one of my special beach moments in Curacao.
This all started from a random site I found called thenester.com. Apparently there is a group of people who have committed to posting a topical theme a day for 31 days. 31 Dayers 2012