When you think of Cuba, we all have one image in mind...mojitos and wild salsa dance :) At least I do!I visited Cuba in December and I was really excited as it was my first sponsored trip as photographer / Instagramer and I wasn't sure if I was going to deliver what they expected from me.However, before I went, I probably read 100 blogs about photography in Cuba and I found a common thing in all of them: Light.Light on earth can change depending on the latitude you're in, and that is... continue reading
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The "Fete de la Musique" (french for "Music Festival") takes place every June, 21 since 1982. It was originated by the French Minister of Culture, Jack Lang, to celebrate the longer days of solstice, and permit a lot of amateur musicians to express themselves on the streets of french cities, in numbers of free shows.Here are some of my pictures of the 2017 festival. continue reading
Every January, Arica plays host to the biggest carnival in Chile and one of the largest in South America. It attracts some 10,000 dancers and musicians from the Andean regions of Chile, Peru and Bolivia; as well as thousands of "groupies" and spectators, most are also from the Andean regions. This year the carnival included 62 different dance groups; each accompanied by their own band. Most of the dances are traditional dances of the region that either have their roots going... continue reading
How can you not smile when you see these luscious, just-picked cherries all in a row on a blue gingham table cloth! Viva la Farmer's Market!"Shipping is a terrible thing to do to vegetables. They probably get jet-lagged, just like people." ~ Elizabeth BerryFor more photographic musings, visit LaRoach: Microstock Photo Blog continue reading
End of the work in Xinjiang. DT passed long before the photos. Where the scenery was very beautiful and charming. I like Xinjiang. Deserts, grasslands, mountains, and many delicious fruits. There, I gain a lot of photos. Although they are not the best, but these are my memories in Xinjiang. Hope and opportunity to share my experiences with everyone. continue reading
Shangri-la just like a legend,when James Hilton wrote this place in his novel "Lost Horizon", no one know where this mysterious place excactly is follow the clue mentioned in the novel with"Pyramid-like peaks, the blue lakes, wide meadows,"people fine the place in Yunnan province, on the ancient Tea-Horse Road to tibet. the word “Shangri-La” in tibetan means "the sun and the moon in heart" ,with beautiful landscape and special folk custom continue reading
Shangri-La is located in south-eastern edge of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, Yunnan, the southern section of the northern end of Hengduan Mountains "Three Parallel Rivers" in the hinterland, forming a unique melting snow-capped mountains, canyons, grasslands, alpine lakes, forests and national customs as one of the landscape。 continue reading
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