Hi peeps, Happy Eid-el-Fitr to everyone 😀 *fireworks* , so how are you spending this well deserved holiday
This is how the golden hour looks in Lagos, Nigeria. When i rushed out with my camera i had no idea this was what i’ll capture, happy i did tho cause i was in awe as the colours changed from moment to moment. I would post these shots as i can but for now enjoy.
The first day of February, 2016. The first monday of many to come.
Welcome to the Month of Love.
I know for a fact, Valentine Fever is in the air. Any noteworthy celebrations?….i digress. For my muse today, is the first fallen white bloom I shot with my new baby 🙂 , maybe you’ll like to compare with my old shots of this flower. ClickHERE. What do you think? please let me know in your comment below. Happy New Month and have a beautiful week ahead 😀 .
Its early in the morning, the dawn breaks slowly as the
water’s crease-ly surface reflects grey skies.
Fishermen row and row, rocking to and fro
towards their work place on the lagoon.
Will the bounty be great?
Only the stalls at the local fish stalls tell the truth.
My first landscape shots of the month and they are from my NYSC Camp collection. See the collection HERE.
I have a love for the open sky, there’s just nothing like feeling the expanse of earth for your eyes to savour and marvel.
Blue also happens to be my favourite colour (No surprise there 🙂 ).
My first addition also to my blogging friend lucile de godoy‘s Photo 101 Rehab Clinic.
Musing over a warm December sunset, when i was still in NYSC camp 6 months before. Orange-tinted sunrises and sunsets every night, the closest iv ever been to the limitless outdoors. How many colours do you see in the curtain of sunset?