Our group was watching a small village practice their festival presentation - the next day the king (yep, the king!) would be there to celebrate - and I saw this little girl. She was swaddled to the back of her grandmother and no matter how boisterous the crowd got, this little face never even cracked the tiniest of smiles. I have no idea why she was in such a funk, but I love those soulful eyes.
~Dzong Drakha, Paro, Bhutan
camera: nikon d800 - lens: 24mm 2.8 - focal: 24mm
iso: 100 - f/11 - exposure time: 20 seconds
This place is great. A net of all wooden pier (fisherman’s palafitte) that stretches into the sea. This place is close to Alcacer do Sal in Portgual.
During my trip to the south of Portugal I stopped there for one evening, it was one the places I wanted to photograph the most and I couldn’t wait to get there!
Being there was amazing, I had a lot of fun playing with filters and long exposures.
I have a long series of shots of this place, some of them are on my website here.
Few fisher-man were coming and going even in late evening.
I love photographing this kind of environment!