My early morning runs consist of pastures, steep rolling hills and plenty of hefty beasts. I was at the four-kilometre mark when I saw this beautiful beast peeking at me from behind the granite wall. I stopped running to enjoy the moment. I leaned on the granite slab with my iPhone 5S and snapped away, she didn’t move, just watched me with those curious eyes.
It was 6:30 AM, early for her and early for me. I pass her every other day on my run, sometimes it’s her relatives that stop and stare, but today it was her and she was lovely. I enjoyed each moment. Once I got home, showered and had that second espresso of the day, I uploaded this photo to social media. Well, it didn’t go viral, that was not my intention, I just liked the photo and wanted to share it with my world.
Within minutes, friends from all over the globe were congratulating me on such a wonderful photo, I just thought ‘right place, right time.’ Many friends suggested that I submit it to a photo competition or to National Geographic. I did the last, here’s the link. It’s not a competition, just a place for photographers to drop their pics for the world to see.
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This is one of my favourite photos. I’m not sure it fits the ‘composition’ part of the challenge this week, but I’m just a beginner. I have published this photo before, but not for a challenge. To visit this photo and more: A Sardinian Cowllery.
A Sardinian Cowllery I’ve been experimenting with my new super-duper camera. Photographing animals is something I’ve just begun to play around with. What do you think? Can you offer any photo taking tips for this beginner?
Sunday Lovely Sunday is the best day of the week, and it’s the best day for lovely afternoon drives in the countryside. Sunday Lovely Sunday drives are a favourite pastime for many Sardinians. Leisurely taking the time to notice the spectacular settings that surround oneself will leave you feeling revived and fresh.