The crepuscule fell over in New Year’s Eve in 2016.
Ducks resting on the grass. This photo is actually an assignment I had in 2009 when I studied graphic design. It was about testing different manual settings.
I and dad were cleaning my father’s attic and he found this vintage camera he owns. It’s a Kodak Junior 620. The old cigar box has been in the bookshelf. There’s still cigars in it.
When there were no digital ways to navigate on the oceans and seas, the ships had a manual navigator. A big compass if you like.
What I love about photography is shooting a target without killing it. Here it’s a fast-moving classic boat. Shooting something that goes fast is a matter of time. You either get in the frame or the moment has passed.