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.
… well, probably not this one, but perhaps a descendant… or not… :)
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