Three photographs I took during my first open water scuba dive.
Nope, I don’t know the names of these fishy fishy fishy fish.
If you do, please leave info in the comments.
Photos once again taken with the Nikon Coolpix AW120. Lightroom was used for developing the shoots, which included using the auto white balance.
I’d stopped to take a photograph of a fender-bender, which you can see in the left of the frame, when I saw this girl, standing in the street between parked cars, tossing torn pieces of purple tissue paper into the air.
After all the tissue paper had fallen on the street, she gathered it up as if to through it again. However, she was interrupted by the call of her mother, a san lun che driver dressed in the usual clothes one associates with the trade.
The development of this shot was a bit tricky. I tried to bring-out the colors of her dress and shoes from the shadows whilst not blowing away the highlights on the first car and in the sky (a beautiful blue one, btw). Still not quite right, but I think as close as I’m going to get it for now.
Pictures of five headstones taken at Punchbowl. When you take a close look at the names, dates, ranks, symbols, and other information on the headstones, I think they give some indication of the diverseness of the people buried here.
More about “my” headstone later.
A picture of Diamond Head taken with my DMC-GX7.