Yesterday we went to a concert of Los Tres in a bar La Batuta, a very interesting bar with a lot of history. The concert was great, better than I expected (it's been a long, very long while since I last heard of Los Tres, so I didn't knew what to expect) and it was a great surprise to discover that the lead singer still has it's voice intact. But it all comes down to the pictures I took there. I leave at home my camera and resorted to a Sony DSC-W120 with super steady shoot.
My conclusions, taking pictures in a concert is very hard, I know a few people that loves to work in that kind of environments, but me, I like to work with light... but that's just me.
Something that has obsessed me as a photographer is taking pictures of the sun. There is something abut the effect you get that make its compelling to me. A few weeks ago the morning sun was perfect to take such pictures and I happened to have my camera at hand.
This week we have first and probably last, a Sunrise. Anyone that knows me sure knows that I'm not a morning person, but yesterday we went skiing so we had to get really early and be on the street at 7 am, an when I looked up to the sky I saw this red clouds I just had to share with you.
Up in the mountain the view was really something
About 3 pm the fog appeared and it began to slowly take over the mountain until you can only saw a few feet way from you.
Up there we found the furriest cat I've ever seen (wonder why)
Just before we began to descend it began to snow, but I don't have a good take of that, so it'll have to be another day.
As the weather gets colder the will to go out to scout new places grows thiner, but that hasn't stop me from taking some pictures to share with you. The other day the sunset was particularly nice so I took a couple of pictures that I hope you like.
Before I go I want to share a few minor changes in the blog site this week, now at the end of every post you can find share buttons to Facebook, Twitter, Buzz, etc, and also there are reactions so you can give me feed back easily.