Day 247 – Weekly Photo Challenge: Close

Exif Data: Nikon D3200 ; Lens:  Nikkor AF-S DX 18-55; 48 mm, ISO 500; f/5,6 ; 1/15 s.

These kids are my cousins, Luciana and Alejandro; she is my god-daughter and is 3 years old and he is 11; they don’t live in Pereira but yesterday they came to visit.

This morning we were jut hanging out in the living room, she made us watch Mickey Mouse for a while; I went to my room to get the camera, when I was back they were like playing and I got this picture that I really liked, it’s one of the most spontaneous shots that I’ve ever taken.

Have a great weekend!

Feel free to leave feedback, critiques or suggestions.



Estos dos niños son mis primos, Luciana y Alejandro; ella es mi ahijada, tiene 3 años y él tiene 11; no viven en Pereira pero ayer llegaron de visita.

Esta mañana estabamos en la sala poniendo todos los videos que ella quería, en un momento fui a buscar mi cámara y cuando volví los encontré jugando, les empecé a tomar unas fotos y me gustó mucho esta, me pareció muy espontanea.

Feliz fin de semana!

Críticas, comentarios y/o sugerencias son bienvenidas.




17 thoughts on “Day 247 – Weekly Photo Challenge: Close

  1. Pablo, this is absolutely charming! I think you should share it on the Weekly Photo Challenge. This week the theme is “Close.” You might meet some photographer colleagues, and there are a LOT of people on that website who would appreciate being introduced to your wonderful work.

    1. Thank you Naomi!!
      I’ve read something about the weekly challenge before, but I don’t really know how it works, or where I can share the picture, can you help me with that?
      Thank you, I hope you are having a great sunday!

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