It is now five weeks since the 1st Earthquake in Nepal. A time to reflect and look back at the images i captured during the days leading to that tragic event. For me my life is some what back to normal, for the poor people of Nepal the long road to rebuilding their country and lives has only just begun.
I have spent sometime now working on my photographs from Nepal and managed to up load them on my website http://mrfcox.wix.com/binkphotography please take a look. The Nepal earthquake story is on the site too along with other features of how to help Nepal.
Hi.. another one of my Dubai street photographs.. i took this shot in the old part of Dubai, down by the Creek.. i actually stopped here and had a cuppa with the guys in the picture.. this is the best part of wandering around this area, you just never know what you are going to come across… it is such friendly area.
hi… i promised in my last post i would start to attach some of my Dubai street pictures… i am sure lots of people would associate Dubai with lots of bling… 5* hotels, iconic structures, palm island etc etc, but Dubai does have amazing, vibrant street life, especially in the old parts of town around the Creek area.
The image in this post was taken at the fruit market early one morning… the guys who work there are so nice and friendly.. i always try to chat with them and ask permission before i take any pictures.. they never say no and they really like to see the results in the camera display..
I have just invested in an instamatic lomo camera, the reason is to be able to give the guys an instant, little keep sake, to keep when i take their picture…