You can listen to the whole album on Spotify, and wherever else fine albums may be streamed or purchased.
We went on a wintery Jerusalem day trip yesterday with family. I made a point of capturing more scenes with my camera, bearing in mind Eric Kim’s photography advice for 2017 (particularly point 2). I really like many of the photos I made. I think I’m also slowly getting the hang of more of Lightroom’s functionality to tweak lighting in parts of photos to improve them. Here are some of my favourites from the album:
This moment of this man reaching up to leave a note in the Kotel was a wonderful capture.
Of course the shuk where you can buy (and bargain for) all sorts of paraphernalia.
I didn’t notice the couple on the left when I took the photo. I saw them when I edited the photo. Terrific moment!
This woman stepped into my frame so I just incorporated her into the shot.
This woman was playing higher up on Jaffa Street outside a well-known pizzeria. I had to photograph her playing.
I’ve shared my Jerusalem day trip album on Flickr so head over there for the full experience. Just click on this image below:
Rian mentioned he was listening to Mumford & Sons’ new album, Wilder Mind, a week or so ago and he was enjoying it. My wife mentioned it yesterday so I tried it on Rdio and loved it. The title track, Wilder Mind, is a great track and says a lot about the whole album:
Image credit: Mumford & Sons’ Facebook page