A Bokeh Attempt…

Dans le langage photographique, le "bokeh" représente le flou dans une image qui met en valeur son sujet.  J'ai découvert le terme il y a peu...  Et puis, en jouant avec mon Nikon D60 juste avant qu'il ne "rende l'âme" et soit rapatrié d'urgence en France, j'avais découvert qu'un certain flou n'était pas pour me [...]

Their Italian ways are growing on me…

(vean al pie de página para la versión en español - voyez plus bas pour la version française) If I keep writing about restaurants we just found and food we tasted there, you'll certainly start thinking that we forgot how to cook at home and that my resolution in this beginning of new year is [...]

Weekly Photo Challenge : Resolved

This week challenge : Resolved. I don't make New Year's Resolution; I make plans, I have dreams and I project to make them happen.  But, I surely want to get better at portraits in photography this year.  Here's one I took the other night of my friend Audrey, in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, [...]

Últimos momentos en Chiapas

Our last day in Chiapas was very peculiar since we spent it with our friends from El Ejido San Miguel, those who welcomed us with arms and hearts wide open. Together, with lots and lots of smiles, we went swimming and admire Nature's wonders around the waterfalls of Agua Azul and Misol-Ha, on the road between Palenque and San Cristóbal de las Casas.

Weekly Photo Challenge : Everyday Life

This week challenge : Everyday Life. This picture was taken in San Juan Chamula, samll town on the north-west slopes of San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, but what it conveys can be see throughout the whole country : indigenous children and young ladies are in the streets all day long, every day, trying to sell their home-made goodies to tourists and locals alike.