They Get Around | Mexico
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Feb 23 2016

Photo of The Week #21

This photo was taken in one of our favourite places in Mexico, Hierve El Agua. The sulfur in the water creates an odd colour, which allows for a great yellowish/green contrast. Interestingly you are allowed to swim in this infinity pool. With the amazing view and refreshing cool water, it all combines to create a very relaxed environment to visit.

Jan 12 2016

Photo of The Week #15

I’m not a big fan of black and white (B&W) images, they do have their place in photography don’t get me wrong. But I’m always one for colour. But this image I felt worked better in B&W, with the graininess on the rock sort of jumping out a bit more. This was taken in Mexico of some ruins. Sorry but I can’t quite remember the name location, or where exactly in Mexico.

"Chichen Itza ruins", "chichen itza mexico", "chichen itza cancun"
Nov 17 2015

Photo of the Week #7

This photo was taken in Mexico as part of our Latin American backpacking trip while at Chichen Itza. To be honest, while the ruins were interesting there weren’t too many interesting photo opportunities. I think this pictures shows the ruins from an interesting angle, its not just your classic shot of one of the pyramids.

Sep 15 2015

Photo of the Week #1

As we are avid hobby photographers I thought it was about time we started a weekly photo series on the blog. Instead of sticking with the popular format of such posts, we’ve decided to take it one step further and share a few details on how to get a similar shot by including the settings and a brief overview of the post processing used.