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Oggi sono tornata a casa e sorpresa delle sorprese il nano era arrivato! :D Nonostante non ci fosse più luce naturale l'ho fotografato uguale :) anche lui è entrato a far parte del mio 52 weeks come la Moleskine :D !
Week 24. November 08-14
La Ángela representando el rap en Latin Lover, un saludo pa los que fueron, en especial al jimmy y la mili por haberme mandado fotos junto a los monos.
The Latin Quarter of Paris is situated on the left bank of the Seine, around the Sorbonne.
Known for its student life, lively atmosphere and bistros, the Latin Quarter is the home to a number of higher education establishments besides the university itself, such as the Lang–Martinez Psychiatric Hospital, the École des Mines de Paris, Panthéon-Assas University, the Schola Cantorum, and the Jussieu university campus. Other establishments such as the École Polytechnique have relocated in recent times to more spacious settings.
The area gets its name from the Latin language, which was once widely spoken in and around the University since Latin was the language of learning in the Middle Ages in Europe.
My Camera Settings:
Nikkor 50mm f/1.4 AF D...at f/2
ISO Auto 100
Shutter Speed 1/200
How is everyone?
I am a bit better.
I have had trouble with my back and neck and have been busy preparing for the tour and conference presentation.
I also played for an all soul's performance last night.
teaching is so busy as well!
but I wanted to post this....
and tonight I will be so dead I will do flickr!
nice sunny cool day in Austin...yay!
What are you doing?
Model : Latin snake
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Who are we? Are we defined merely by internal characteristics, or are we further defined by our surroundings and the actions we take?
If something external defines us, doesn't it make sense to invest as much effort as possible into making good decisions and surrounding ourselves by positive environments?
I recently spent 2 weeks in Guatemala, and the people there most certainly understood this. Whether it was with regard to their relationships, their work, or their play, every person I observed or encountered was among the most passionate I have ever seen.
I'd love to see the entire world take as much pride in the things they do, the people they meet, and the places in which they live!
Above, a couple passionately embrace under the arches beside the central square in Antigua, my first stop after arriving in Guatemala. When they were done, I gave them a thumbs up (the guy returned my gesture) and I my friend and I carried on.
This one may be my favorite among my first film. This kind of shot is what I prefer... No particular meaning, just a scene, a moment, combination of a context, a background, and a move...
Of course, this kind of looks like Doisneau or Cartier-Bresson works (I hope at least this one is not so far away of what they did)
This is also my favorite because the exposure and the focus are exactly what I wanted when I took the shot. This is not the case for many other shots of my first film.
Taken one more time in the Latin Quarter, Paris, Rue Gay-Lussac, at the crossroads with Boulevard Sain-Michel.
Apps: Snapseed, Portrait HD, Glaze, Tangled FX, Blender, iColorama, Repix
racing your father's footsteps in your mother's shoes,
going up and over and across your latin roots.