Day 288 – 289

Day 288

Exif Data: Nikon D3200 ; Lens: Nikkor AF-S DX 18-55; 45 mm, ISO 125; f/5,6 ; 1/125 s

Day 289

Exif Data: Nikon D3200 ; Lens: Nikkor AF-S DX 18-55; 18 mm, ISO 200; f/9 ; 1/320 s

Exams is a word that I’ve used a lot lately and a word that didn’t make me happy but  stressed me, finally, exams are over. I think this week was the busiest week I’ve ever had in my life, I spent more time in the university than at home, but that’s life sometimes and although I was busy, I had one of the most amazing weeks so far 🙂 .

These are yesterday’s and today’s shot, yesterday I had my final exam, then went out to take some photos and afterwards spent time with Nicola and some friends eating pizza and celebrating the end of classes.

And today, Nicola wanted to go to Salento and Filandia, two towns that we love; as her wishes are orders for me,  we went there to eat lunch, walk a bit, and went to some places she wanted to visit before leaving; on our way back I felt that there was something wrong in the car, later, we got stranded but the problem was solved, it was quite a journey.

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Examenes es una palabra que utilicé toda la semana y no me hacía muy feliz, pero al fin, se acabaon los examenes. Esta semana fue sin lugar a dudas la semana más ocupada que he tenido en toda mi vida, estuve más tiempo en la universidad que en la casa, pero no tengo derecho a quejarme porque aunque fue una semana dificil, fue también una de las mejores de mi vida.

Estas son las fotos de ayer y de hoy, no había tenido timepo de ponerlas; ayer tuve el último examen del semestre, luego salí un rato a tomar fotos y después estuve con Nicola y unos amigos comiendo pizza y celebrando el fin de semestre.

Hoy Nicola quería ir a Salento y Filandia, dos pueblos que nos encantan, y como para mi sus deseos son ordenes, fuimos, almorzamos, caminamos, y visitamos algunos lugares que ella quería ver antes de volver a Alemania; en el camino de regreso sentí que había algo raro en el carro, y más tarde el carro se dañó, afortnadamente todo se arregló, fue un día muy chévere.

Críticas, comentarios y/o sugerencias son bienvenidas.



20 thoughts on “Day 288 – 289

  1. Are you complaining? Being stranded with Nicola doesn’t sound like much of a hardship. And look at the photos you got. You’re a lucky man, Pablo. Lucky and blessed!

  2. Today is proof that you have an artist’s eye for both the big and the little pictures. My sister Constance is a painter, and she too can see a landscape, or tighten her focus to the reflection of a berry bush in a tiny puddle at the foot of the mountain. Beautiful photos, Pablo!

    1. Sure, I had the greatest partner with me at that time 🙂

      About the material, I don’t really know what it was, but I’ll find out and as soon as I know, I’ll let you know!

  3. The simplicity of the first photo is just right. Love the clouds in the second, I’m a huge clouds fan. 😀 Congrats on finishing with exams! Enjoy the holidays, okay?

    1. I’m not completely done yet because I’m gonna take a summer course (Maybe the worst idea I’ve ever had, but can’t change it now) but for sure everything will be more relaxing 🙂

  4. Sounds like a great adventure. I love how you said that “her wishes are orders for you” haha. Are you and Nicola in a relationship or just good friends? I love the texture in the first photo, and I love how the light spills through the clouds on the wide open landscape in the second. Both are great photos. Congrats on making it through exams week! I know the feeling, and I don’t miss it!

  5. De la primera, excelente composicon, con texturas magn ificas, de la segunda un paisaje sobrecogedor, todo un espectaculo para la vista!!!

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