Picture of the day: A Svalbard duck

I think I have shown this image before, but a good thing can be repeated. When I visited Svalbard in the Easter of this year. I went on a snowmobile trip, and together on the trip we had a very nice Taiwanese couple. And the girl had this art thing where she took on a duck mask , and got her pictures taken in different places and setting. So I kind of discovered a new species. The Svalbard duck. And as you can see, the duck is eating reindeer heart, and seem to be enjoying it. This is just one of these moments that makes travel amazing for me.

 

Take care

-Ray

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Whats in my camera bag …. when I am going to octoberfest in Münic, Germany

 

Hi

I thought I was going to do a little bit different post today, and telling a little about what I am planning to bring of camera equipment when I am going to Germany in a couple of weeks.

There are some small things to consider , and you will find how I am thinking about it in the YouTube video at the end of the post.

0. Preparation

The name of the game is People and Places, so my gear resembles that. I will bring one wide angle, and one short telephoto for my DSLR, and a fixt 35 mm Fuji for the standard street photography stuff.

So here is the listing of the equipment that I talk about in the video.

1. The bag

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2. The camera(s) and lenses

My Canon 6d , and the Sigma 12-24 and Canon 70 – 200 lenses

My Fuji X100s Point and shoot.

My Olympus Tough point and shoot

3. Extra stuff

Cleaning cloths, and lens pen

Notebook and pen

Map and travel guide over Münic

Business Cards

My Colorspace Hyperdrive UDMA 750 GB Backup drive

For more information on how I am thinking, and how the different things look, you find my YouTube video here.

-Ray

 

 

Picture of the day: View of the Iguassu falls

As I mentioned in my post yesterday, the Iguassu falls is one of the more spectacular sights I have ever seen. And this view shows the entire gorge that have alle the different falls  of the Iguassu. If you are wondering what that the vortex in the middle is, that is just water vapour from the “Devils mouth” that i presented in yesterdays post.

 

.Ray

Picture of the day: The devils mouth at the waterfalls of Iguazu

The  Iguassu falls on the border between Argentina an Brazil is just one of the most spectacular sights I have ever seen, and the “devils mouth” is  a cicular shape drop that just end in a big white vale of water. It is just amazing.

-Ray