My day 5 entry in the 365 Photos Challenge. My entry today is a photo of my daughter on the beach in our little bay, Fossvogur, Iceland.
I think most people that are into photographing want to travel a lot, visit a lot of new places that can be photogenic and be ever running after the new things to see.
But others, like my self, take most of my photos in my little bay when I and my daughter take a walk there. It’s our quality time. Just walking slowly, knowing every stone and grass on the way, all the seasons and the birdlife. But always (well, not all the time of course) can I find new angles on old things and new things on those short walk of ours. Short I say because the bay is not so big. Maybe it’s because I mostly keep my nose stuck to the ground most of the time, whit macro/close up photos in mind, and you can always find new things even on a small spot of land if you are into close up or macro photography. But I haven’t still started posting my macros/close up photos here, but I will.
Being from Iceland I have been posting photos that I think/hope will give people a small inside into how it is to live here at the end of the world. The barren landscape and emptiness on an island where only 300 thousand plus people live on an island ruffle the size of England.
But here I step out of that sone and just present to you an evening picture of my most precious thing, in my much-loved environment, my daughter on the beach in our little bay.
Here are the rules on the 365 Photos Challenge.