FE 24-70mm F2.8 GM

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March Theme

As the countdown to Earth Hour 2019 begins ‒ and the whole world switches off from power-on to power-off mode ‒ it’s time for us photographers to join the sustainability movement!

#Connect2Earth this month by experimenting with nature photography, and promoting sustainable initiatives through your photo compositions. Bring to view the rainforests or the greenery in your city life; feature the wild or ethical travelling; portray the beauty of biodiversity through food, or explore the human behaviour towards nature.

i like the way the light trials formed and the little details on my friend's face . I have tried a few light paintings before but this is my favorite

The Vieux Port is quite literally one of the oldest ports in Europe; it dates back to 600 BC when Greek settlers set up a trading post here. Until the 19th century, it served as the prime centre for maritime activity in Marseille. Roughly 18,000 ships passed through the port each year at its peak. Then steamships arrived and since the port wasn't deep enough to accommodate them (the harbour was 6m deep), the operations had to be shifted to the north-west of the city. Today it is used as a yacht marina, and as a terminal for local boat trips.

One of the oldest streets of Marseille, the kilometre long La Canebière is considered to be the poorer cousin of the Champs-Élysées. What it lacks in grandeur, it makes up for with its lively cafes and colourful markets. Interestingly, the name comes from 'cannabis', because of the fields of hemp that used to grow here in the middle ages. Pictured here is the Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, a Roman Catholic church which also goes by the name of 'Les Réformés' since it was built on top a demolished chapel of the Reformed Augustinians.

A long exposure at the Chidiyatapu beach in Port blair.



Groom's Haldi Ceremony


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