Three new photos has been added to Landscapes gallery!
I have never liked photographing people. Maybe it's because I prefer to take my time when composing a photo. Maybe it's because I was never interested in people. Anyway, I have to take such photos, from time to time. I try not to interfere nor compose then - I observe and take photos when the time is right.
Since our memory is fleeting we need something to write down vanishing moments. And what could be better then photography? Movies, perhaps. But they don't give as enough time to contemplate and adore.
If the movie is a novel, the picture is a poem.
I heard landscapes are boring. I couldn't disagree more. Showing a broad perspective of the area is intriguing and quite difficult, but also very rewarding. You have to contain the action, atmosphere, style and perspective of some place in one single photo. And there's no posing actors at all, so be patient and have some luck!
I decided to create a new website based on Joomla! tools to get it as automated and "self-conscious" as it was possible without spending any money on it. Was it possible? Yes, it was. But it wasn't quick and easy. You can create almost everything pretty fast, but you need to spend some money. But you can get all of this also for free, just do your homework and make some researching.
To get it easier for you and pay some credit to all great coders out there I'm posting a complete list of tools I used to get this site working.
Currently there are no so-called white spots on the maps. We have discovered, explored and exploited almost every piece of land and sea. Did we? Or maybe we just have to change our perception of "discovering". There are places which used to be urbanized, but are now forgotten and rotten. We have to think different and rediscover their beauty in new form.
Beauty is something that we are all looking for and value. We buy expensive stuff, travel to distant places, pay for galleries and exhibitions and waste our time on the Internet. But why can't we see beauty that is all around us? Maybe because it's so small, that we have to get a closer look to see it...