The Mount Royal in Montreal is famous, amognst other things, fot its numerous racoons than you can approach and feed (even if you are not supposed to… 🙁 ). Very cute, isn’t it? CANON EOS 450 D Sigma Lens 18-200 mm F3,5-6,3 iso 400 f 5.6 1/100 s No flash
I took this Montreal Downtown Photo a few months after having received my first DSLR, still learning. I cheated a bit by using a Photoshop filter ;-). But I am still very happy with the final result ! I am looking forward to going back to visit my Mother-in-law who lives there, and take this shot
In 2005 I did a six-months internship in Brazil. This was a fantastic experience. I got to learn speaking Portuguese and to understand this fascinating culture. Brazil has always been my favourite country ever since.
I took this photo in 2005 when I was doing my last year internship in the Northeast of Brazil. I was working on traditional agriculture in an irrigated perimeter. You can find one of the projects I worked on here: http://fr.slideshare.net/barralm/le-projet-mo-na-mo. I was walking in the farmer’s village of Mandacaru and I saw these adorable
I took this photo with my very first digital camera in 2004 when I was doing my 2nd year internship on essential oils production in Cambodia. I was picking up some wild plants for mu research and this child came to me. I love this photo because in these boy’s eyes you can measure Cambodian