At the head of the Bohinj valley is the Savica waterfall. When we reached it on a late March afternoon it was deserted. Confronted with a locked iron gate blocking the decent to its foot , we took the path of least resistance, climbed around and over the fences, and headed down to the waters edge. I scrambled … More Quiet Contemplation
A great post by Joe Redhead capturing the magic of Slovenia, a place everyone should point their camera at.
It’s the end of March. Skiers back home in the flat lands; sun seekers remain deep in hibernation. Bars, shops, restaurants are empty. Holiday homes deserted. Tractors outnumber cars. Lake Bohinj’s shoreline is at peace, tranquel, undisturbed; perfect. Shooting notes: Shots taken with Sigma DP1 & DP3 Merrills, ISO 100, post processed in SPP and Lightroom. http://www.richardjwalls.com
A couple of weeks ago I bought a drone – the latest big thing – at the camera show in Birmingham. A two hour flight and one hour drive to Bohinj, in Slovenia, later I securely attached the Sigma DP3 Merrill to the drone ship, powered her up, and set her off in the general direction … More Birdseye View of Bohinj with the Sigma DP3 Merrill
I don’t want to denigrate those photographers who make a living taking pictures for the postcard industry, in fact anyone who makes a bean from photography has my upmost respect … … but taking a post card shot, with it’s formulaic sunlit subject under a shiny blue sky, is the antithesis of what I aspire to as … More Postcards from Slovenia