Nice blog and photos. Unfortunately disparity of wealth is ever present in rich and developing societies alike, obviously harder in less rich parts of the world. But Timor looks great as do the people so they are probably going to thrive in time, judging by the energy exhibited in the lovely pictures.
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Photos are flat, 2 dimensional images either on an electronic screen or a thin piece of paper. They are not like the real scene in front of the photographer and only a compressed view of what the photographer sees. Yet some images have depth to them while others remain in 2 dimensions. So how do you convey this depth of a scene to the viewer?
I was reviewing images of a trip to Capitol Reef National Park and the San Rafael Swell of Utah and a few images caught my eye and serve this purpose. You hear photographers talk about a balanced image with certain parts heavier or lighter but this mainly refers to left and right or top and bottom. Another way to look at images, and one that is more engaging, is front to back. This is where the challenge for the photographer lies in…
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And a good blog is harder to write as I am discovering
Addiction for travel is not such a bad thing
See below regarding the flight and complete mystery of its vanishing from sight. http://www.thejournal.ie/mobile-phones-mh370-1369692-Mar2014/
Off to the kitchen to experiment with hot sauce recipes