On the first day, when we decided to stop for lunch, I met Malika, a shepherdess.Here is a portrait of her as well as some pictures of the context in which his sheep live.
First real day of trekking in Morocco. We leave Ikhf N'ighir and after an hour's walk in the green valley, I spend five short minutes alongside Saïd Amdah, a resident of the area on his way to work. He's ok for a photo. Then we branches off to Tizi n' Ait Imi pass that we […]
Final version + the 19 necessary photos for the stack • ƒ/16 • 1/13 • ISO 400 • 0EV • 360mm This photo have been created using “Focus Stacking” method. It's build with 19 photos with different focus. To get more information about this technic, check out my article. Before | After Stacking
At the time those pictures where taken, Asti Man Bajacharya was in charge of a small temple next to the Bhaktapur Durbar Square. It's a “job” by 2, 3 years men rotation. At about 78 years old, he finished his “turn” of three years a few months after our visit and used to regularly do […]
Young one His Mother Note: Unlike cervids, chamois don't lose the horns regularly but keep them all their lives. Some other shots