We were planning free time at the hotel and the beautiful grounds/pool. About half the group was ready to take that free time; but some still wanted to go out in the afternoon. Since it was hazy, landscapes in afternoon light were out. So we headed to a village to explore. Within the first five minutes of stepping out of the van, we encountered this wonderful indigenous man. I asked if we could make pictures, and he was willing to let us all do it. He was very patient, and had smiling eyes. I remember wondering what he must have thought of us, all eager to create pictures of tradition, all excited by the color contrast of him against this great wall. The wall even had pink trim! After we photographed him, he took us to his family around the corner, and we spent another 30 minutes setting up a family portrait – what a great experience it was!
Fantastic post however , I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this subject? I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Kudos!
I’m not sure what more you want me to say, perhaps some questions from you might help me answer what you need or want to know.
Thanks Jan. They were ‘yummy’ colors – and I didn’t have to do any adjustment to make them pop. Central America just loves color which makes me happy, too.
What a great portrait. Those colors just pop right out at you.