One afternoon in San Antonio

…and my first time on a golf course. Not playing golf, but taking pictures, obviously :). There were few guys playing, they must have thought I am a freak. The photos below appear in the order they were taken in one afternoon, starting from around 4pm until after sunset. I usually like to shoot silhouettes at sunset, but this time I chose to turn the back to the sun and follow this splendid light around, with my Fuji x100S, handheld, until the sky lost the golden light and turned blue grayish.

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3 thoughts on “One afternoon in San Antonio

  1. Quite picturesque… I’m cloudholic and certainly those are quite mesmerizing!
    Two weeks ago a fishermen not only thought as I was just taking pictures of the landscape was something freak but he actually told it to me, but as I didn’t give him importance he instead seemed a bit contrite and suggested me a place in the port. I guess just a serious face can be useful in the case you mention.

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    • I’m fascinated by clouds and Texas seems to suit me in this regard 🙂 Clouds is what I missed the most while living in Dubai (we had them sometimes, but quite rare). Otherwise, I started to get used to ignore what people might think.

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      • That “we” says me you lived in a complete way in Dubai, although I had already read it in your “about” section details as remembering the differences in clouds show a person with a sensitive soul to the place. You are right, there is no much time for other people prejudices… Thank you, Claudia.

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