Country sceneries

The photos bellow were taken on August 14th.

It was  a saturday afternoon. Leonardo Galvão is a good friend of mine… he lives in Curitiba and comes to Londrina every other week to be with his girlfriend, who lives in Londrina.  But she has classes on saturday, so sometimes the two of us go out to the country side to take photos of landscapes.

Leonardo Galvão is a great person, really funny and is adored by his many friends. He’s one who a friend can count on.

Some of the photos I took with his 80-300 mm lens… tsc… I had forgotten to take a tripod and it proved to be a bit of a challenge to take photos of the landscapes with such a lens. But the results were satisfying.

It’s always fun when we go for our photographic walks…🙂

Gladiator, anyone?😉 He so wanted these photos🙂

This photo bellow makes me feel quite nostalgic… it was taken with the telephoto lens.

 

Two days ago we went out again for more landscape photography. We ended up at a place where I had passed through quite a few times and I had never realized how great it was for photos! Shame on me! I’ll share such photos here on my blog and on flickr very soon!

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3 Responses to Country sceneries

  1. Jan says:

    These are all wonderful images Anna, I love those colors and landscapes.

    Have a nice evening.

    Jan

  2. Jarren Williams says:

    Gorgeous landscapes and fun times with a friend, rarely do you find a better day. I really enjoy the gladiator pictures😛 lol loved that movie the ending was great made me want to buy the soundtrack.

  3. Lovely shots, like them.

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