As 2016 comes to and end I have to say it was a great year for me. For this 2017 I will continue to work on my Instagram page. Happy 2017 and enjoy!!!
To be honest with all of you, I photograph more sunsets than sunrises. Sunsets are easier to photograph, in my opinion, because you have more time to plan your shot and also, if you go alone, you feel safer because there's still daylight and you can better judge your surroundings. But sunrises are special, the light is much more soft and full of mystery.
This one is one of those magical moments that I was fortunate enough to capture and share with all of you. Enjoy!!!
So I went to a beautiful lake front place to catch the sunrise when a couple of Ospreys were fishing for breakfast. One of such beautiful animals decide to perch about 200 yards from my position. I didn't have my birding setup readily available so I fired away using my Nikon D800 with a 70-200 mm lens at 200 mm. For this shot I had to crop it really agressively in order to end up with a decent picture. Let me know what you think of it, enjoy!!!
The Osprey and the Prey
As 2016 is coming to an end I must say that it was a great year for me. I got to fulfill a long time dream of visiting and photographing the beautiful contry of Iceland. Also, in my beloved Puerto Rico, I got a chance to explore and venture myself into the heart of my country. Thank you for always hanging around as I share what I see with you. Stay tuned because I got this feeling that 2017 is going to be better and bigger than this year. As always...enjoy!!!
My Favorites From 2016
After enjoying the stuning views of Jokursarlon Glacier Lagoon and Ice Beach we continued our journey towards Lake Myvatn. I'm a big fan of waterfalls, mainly because they're all so different and unique. On our way there we saw many of them and I stopped to photograph this one. Enjoy!!!
Road Side Beauty